They are both exceedingly good coon shouters and handle several character songs in delightful style. One of them is called "The Mormon Coon," and should be heard from even in the prevailing surfeit of numbers of like character.
The two have worked out a consistently amusing line of talk built upon somewhat the lines of Smith and Campbell's former conversational act. They handle it cleanly and make its points tell, although they have permitted a bit of timeworn material to creep in. The final number was enriched with a quantity of delightful incidental business , and won the pair an enthusiastic recall.
The introduction of a prepossessing young woman in the finish of a sidewalk conversation is a novelty and aided the act not a little.
Variety 8:2 (08/10/1907)