He goes to Arizona to be in a warmer climate with the hopes that the climate will be beneficial to his health.
He is a young drifter who was honorably discharge from the military during the war because of a dangerously virulent bout of the flu.
He is an old cowboy who once worked in the same Colorado town where Ralph's family once had a ranch.
He originally diagnoses Ralph's diabetes and gives him the diet he must follow the rest of his life.
She is a widow who has several children to raise on her own.
Ralph writes her a letter that explains the truth about what he has been doing and where he has gotten all his money.
El Paso Lawyer
Ralph is unhappy with the bust he makes for this person because he wants to present...
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