[Pawns the Valise]
[PAWN SHOP] Mr. Bunion: Well, at last! I've got rid of it. I've pawned it. I'll never redeem it. No! It may stay there now.
Mr. Bunion: You can't guess what I've done! I pawned the valise! Got rid of it at last.
Mrs. Bunion: You did? Oh! That's splendid! I'm so glad!
Mr. Bunion: Get ready now and we will go out and celebrate and have some fun.
Mrs. Bunion: Where will we go and what'll we do to enjoy ourselves?
Mr. Bunion: Well, we'll go get some lunch then to a good show of some kind, perhaps the opera and after, a nice supper. We'll hire an automobile.
[CLOSING OUT SALE] [Valises labeled: SOLID COMFORT, JOY, PLEASURE, EASE, LAUGHTER, DELIGHT, FUN]
Mr. Bunion: Say there as good an article as anyone would want. Mrs. Bunion: You're so used to carrying a valise too. Why not get one of these?
Salesman: You'll find this the genuine article, some thing everyone should
Mr. Bunion: I'll take it. I'll buy it, yes.
Mrs. Bunion: I think dear you are doing right. You might as well buy it.
Mrs. Bunion: If that is the real genuine thing, its appended box to own. Let's see if--
Mr. Bunion: I wonder if it is genuine. Get a rag and rub--
Mrs. Bunion: What do you think of that ?? Confound it.
Mr. Bunion: You know I did not think much of that fellows grin. Well, we've got it now, and we've got to keep it.