Cain D. Sauls, grocer, banker, farmer, also wrote a society column — “News Among the Colored People” — for a short-lived newspaper in Snow Hill, Greene County, North Carolina. The piece that ran on 11 February 1898 reveals some of Sauls’ additional interests — an investment in Coleman Mills in Concord, North Carolina,
The Great Sunny South (Snow Hill NC), 11 February 1898.
and a position as justice of the peace, in which presided over the marriages of neighbors and friends.
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