Aunt Sally and Uncle Silas are very good-natured and hospitable family with a great number of kids. The two decided to believe in Tom and Huck’s lies, but they also have honest intentions and big hearts. They're hospitable, as well. When Sally sees Tom, who looks like a Sid, he immediately said that she didn’t recognize who put one more plate for dinner. She was very hospitable. Unfortunately, there are no people in the world with only good qualities. This family was also abreast with the slavery traditions.
Silas and Sally Phelps in the Essays