Get rid of worryin' about paying the bills, and whether the boarders are all going to keep their jobs and be able to pay regularly And the gravy! "Hiram Strong! If you can show me a way out of this valley of tribulation I'll be the thankfullest woman that you ever seen. It's a bargain. Don't you pay me a cent for this coming week.

"Tom, Tom, I would be the thankfullest soul in this world if I could believe you ever had as good a thought as that, but you know you never did and I know it, Tom." "Indeed and 'deed I did, auntie I wish I may never stir if I didn't." "Oh, Tom, don't lie don't do it. It only makes things a hundred times worse." "It ain't a lie, auntie; it's the truth.

It was enough to make Adam feel that he was in a great temple, and that the distant chant was a sacred song. "It's wonderful," he thought, "how that sound goes to one's heart almost like a funeral bell, for all it tells one o' the joyfullest time o' the year, and the time when men are mostly the thankfullest.

A man and his wife and three little children came along, not half an hour ago, looking so miserable and cold, that, as I thought, as you say, you had one coat, and that was all you really needed, I just out with the other, and put it on the man's back. The thankfullest creature you ever saw!" And here the man had broken into the hearty laugh Fred heard.

"Tom, Tom, I would be the thankfullest soul in this world if I could believe you ever had as good a thought as that, but you know you never did and I know it, Tom." "Indeed and 'deed I did, auntie I wish I may never stir if I didn't." "Oh, Tom, don't lie don't do it. It only makes things a hundred times worse." "It ain't a lie, auntie; it's the truth.