A second box was delivered before the deal could be closed to sell the business back to Squire. Today the gents go through the new items, but none of it seems to be treasure.
A minor problem arises, and Lum questions why the boxes are sent to Abner, and not Lum.
Abner stalls, but is Lum correct in thinking that Abner made out to be the top man in the treasure company to the farmer in Tennessee?
The new shipment still impresses the townfolks. Will the gents loan it out? Will they sell some of it? it must be valuable if it was buried… right?
The gents decide to put their goods on display in their very own museum. Abner getss confused over an 80 year old man, while discussing museums. The whole time, Sister Simpson chatters on the prty line. Has she overheard the plans for a museum? Is this the kind of business where you can just sit and haul in the money? How will they be able to fit the store business into the museum business?