The poor-farm was not a bad place, either, if only Tom had been a reasonable being.
"Tom don' want to go to the poor-farm," he wailed piteously.
I learned just that when I was a rat among the mangy rats of the poor-farm.
"I'll drive her over to the poor-farm when she turns up," said Weeks.
He had been born on a poor-farm, but no one knew it at Pleasant River.
That is a pleasant diversion in life compared with the poor-farm.
You see,” he explained, “all this I did in my mind, for all the time I was a hostage in the poor-farm of broken men.
Well, if you're all ready to start for the poor-farm, come along.
You said that little cripple had to live at the poor-farm, didn't you?
A madhouse is the place for the man who wants to live ou'doors in the winter time; the poor-farm is too good for him.