I previously wrote in August about Antonio Campuzano, a barber in Tempe, Arizona. A recent search from the Arizona Digital Newspaper Program uncovered a surprising bit of news on Antonio and his involvement in defending a home from a drunken intruder. The first article appeared in the Arizona Republican on 1 February 1910:
An update appeared in the Arizona Republican on the next day, 2 February 1910:
A variation of the second article appeared in the Bisbee Daily Review on 6 February 1910:
According to a search of the Arizona State Board of Health records, Salinas survived the gunshot wound. He died six years later, on 23 December 1916. I did not find another article on Antonio Campuzano's case.