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Ruth Fielding at Silver Ranch Schoolgirls Among Cowboys   By:

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[Illustration: FRECKLES LEAPED UP, FRIGHTENED AND SNORTING.]

Ruth Fielding At Silver Ranch

OR

SCHOOLGIRLS AMONG THE COWBOYS BY

ALICE B. EMERSON

Author of "Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill," "Ruth Fielding at Briarwood Hall," 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.

Copyright, 1918, by Cupples & Leon Company

Ruth Fielding in the Red Cross

Printed in U. S. A.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE I. "Old Trouble Maker" 1 II. Bashful Ike 11 III. In Which Things Happen 18 IV. The Fire Fight 30 V. "Old Trouble Maker" Turned Loose 40 VI. The Roping Contest 51 VII. Jane Ann Turns the Trick 57 VIII. What Was on the Records 66 IX. The Fox Is Reckless 75 X. Ruth Shows Her Mettle 83 XI. An Ursine Hold Up 89 XII. The Man From Tintacker 97 XIII. The Party at the Schoolhouse 103 XIV. Bashful Ike Comes Out Strong 112 XV. "The Night Trick" 123 XVI. The Joke That Failed 136 XVII. The Stampede 143 XVIII. A Desperate Case 150 XIX. The Man at Tintacker 157 XX. The Wolf at the Door 164 XXI. A Plucky Fight 171 XXII. Service Courageous 178 XXIII. Bashful Ike Takes the Bit in His Teeth 185 XXIV. Coals of Fire 192 XXV. At the Old Red Mill Again 199

RUTH FIELDING AT SILVER RANCH

CHAPTER I "OLD TROUBLE MAKER"

Where the Silver Ranch trail branches from the state road leading down into Bullhide, there stretch a rambling series of sheds, or "shacks," given up to the uses of a general store and provision emporium; beside it is the schoolhouse. This place on the forked trails is called "The Crossing," and it was the only place nearer than the town of Bullhide where the scattered population of this part of Montana could get any supplies.

One of Old Bill Hicks' herds was being grazed on that piece of rolling country, lying in the foothills, right behind the Crossing, and two of his cow punchers had ridden in for tobacco... Continue reading book >>




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