Two young fellows, one fat and lazy and the other active and progressive, are working in a carpenter shop for a grouchy old boss. They become disgusted with his treatment, quit him and go into business on their own hook, establishing themselves in their uncle's cellar. They receive an order from Mrs. Mealy, for a dog house. They forget to ask the size of the dog and build a kennel large enough to fit any size dog, from a dachshund to a mastiff. When it is finished, it is so heavy that they can hardly lift it and when they attempt to take it upstairs out of the cellar, find they cannot get it through the door. They are completely puzzled and one blames the other for being a bone-head. They are obliged to take it apart and carry the material to the yard. After putting it all together again, they carry it to Mrs. Mealy's, where they learn that the dog for which the house is intended is nothing but a little poodle. Mrs. Mealy informs them that it is altogether too large. The boys, very ...
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