[Get the Coin]
Mr. Bunion: Well, let's see, which way will I go today? It really does not make much difference which way I go, I get it going and coming.
Mr. Bunion: Well, sir! How are you? I, ah have --
Man: Is this Mister Bunion? Yes. I know it is, I suppose they are coming pretty good for you, now, eh? Making lots of money and living easy, I presume.
Mr. Bunion: No, sir! Things are not coming very lively, no.---
Man: Well, they do come kind of slow, at times, with us all. Yet, we can not expect too much, take myself for instance. I've --
Mr. Bunion: Yes, yes, um, huh! Yes, I hear
Man: I've made and lost three fortunes. Money does not worry me right at present. I'm on the bum but I don't care, I'll get busy one of these days. Go after the coin and I'll get it!
Mr. Bunion: Get the coin, eh. I've heard that word somewhere.
Man: All you've got to do is go after it. It's easy to get. Why, if I wanted to, I could be living on Easy Street inside of a week. When I go for the coin I make---
Mr. Bunion: You make things fly, I suppose.
Man: I do certainly get it and get it in bunches, too. There's a sucker born every minute and I'm present all the time with the good they come to me and whats there is mine.---
Mr. Bunion: Do you smoke many of those. Don't cigarettes hurt you, sir?
Man: I've been up against them since I was eight years old. Do I look like they hurt me? Fifteen years steady---
Man: Get the coin is my tip. Good day!
Mr. Bunion: Well, I'll meander on. What consolation there is in smoke. Good day, sir. Your tip is a good one. A very good one.