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[Illustration: "WHY, SADIE RABY! WHO'D EVER EXPECT TO SEE YOU HERE?"]

Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm

OR

WHAT BECAME OF THE RABY ORPHANS

BY

ALICE B. EMERSON

Author of "Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill," "Ruth Fielding at Snow Camp," Etc.

ILLUSTRATED

NEW YORK CUPPLES & LEON COMPANY PUBLISHERS

Books for Girls BY ALICE B. EMERSON

RUTH FIELDING SERIES

12mo. Cloth. Illustrated.

RUTH FIELDING OF THE RED MILL Or, Jasper Parloe's Secret.

RUTH FIELDING AT BRIARWOOD HALL Or, Solving the Campus Mystery.

RUTH FIELDING AT SNOW CAMP Or, Lost in the Backwoods.

RUTH FIELDING AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT Or, Nita, the Girl Castaway.

RUTH FIELDING AT SILVER RANCH Or, Schoolgirls Among the Cowboys.

RUTH FIELDING ON CLIFF ISLAND Or, The Old Hunter's Treasure Box.

RUTH FIELDING AT SUNRISE FARM Or, What Became of the Raby Orphans.

RUTH FIELDING AND THE GYPSIES Or, The Missing Pearl Necklace.

Cupples & Leon Co., Publishers, New York.

Copyright, 1915, by Cupples & Leon Company

Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound

Printed in U. S. A.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE I. Sweet Briars and Sour Pickles 1 II. The Wild Girl 12 III. Sadie Raby's Story 23 IV. "Them Perkinses" 34 V. "The Tramping Girl" 45 VI. Seeking the Trail 53 VII. What Tom Cameron Saw 61 VIII. Traveling Toward Sunrise Farm 68 IX. The Sunrise Coach 77 X. "Touch and Go" 85 XI. Tobogganing in June 91 XII. A Number of Introductions 100 XIII. The Terrible Twins 108 XIV. "Why! Of Course!" 114 XV. The Tempest 120 XVI. The Runaway 128 XVII. The Black Douglass 135 XVIII. Sundry Plans 143 XIX. A Safe and Sane Fourth? 151 XX. The Raby Romance 158 XXI. A Very Busy Time 166 XXII. The Terrible Twins on the Rampage 173 XXIII. Lost 180 XXIV. "So That's All Right" 189 XXV. The Orphans' Fortune 198

RUTH FIELDING AT SUNRISE FARM

CHAPTER I SWEET BRIARS AND SOUR PICKLES

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