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* EKOX NEWS *
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Ekom, Aug. 22.-The protracted
'meeting wiHlI -begin at Union church
on -the Fourth Sunday. 'Pastor Cole
man will be assisted by Rev. Claud
The baseball team crossed 'bate with
.Ware Shoals team Saturday afternoon,
the game endhig in favor of Ekoi.
Misass* Kathleen 'and Milwee Cul
bertson spent last week with their
g'randparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 'H.
Dr. J. L. Donnon was a caller in our
midst last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Bolt and lit
tie Mary helen were callpre at- the
homes of Mrs. Jennie Hamilton and
Mrs. 14ou Culbertson Sunday.
'Miss Bertha Cooper slent Saturday
night with Miss Lonie Cooper.
'Mr. J. 1H. Alitchell and children, and
Mr. and Nrs. Brewington and Mis
Alverta Boland were visitors at the
home of Mr. and Airs. B. G. Cooper
Master Jack iOurts spent last week
with his grandparents, Mr. -and Mrs.
L. C. Culbertson.
Mr. and Mrs. Gray Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. 'Floyd Cooper visited relatives in
the Mt. Gallagher section Saturday
night and Sunday, 'and attended ser
vices at that olace.
,Mr. Jack :Hamilton spent last week
'with his atnt, Mrs. 'Hugh Wallace, of
the Shiloh section.
Mr. and Mrs. Landon Boland and
two children spent Sunday with their
-*rother, Mr. 'Luther Boland and fam
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brissey spent
Sunday with -Dr. Cooper and wife.
Mrs. L. C. Culbertson and daughter,
jUollie, visited Mr. and -Mrs. Edgar
Burts, of the iWloodrow Wilson sec
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* GRAY COURT NEWS *
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Gray Court, .Aug. 22.-The farmers
around Gray Court are very busy pull
The sick of this town are slowly im
Born to -Ir. and Mrs. Nyles Jack
son, last week, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Willis, of Au
gista, and Mrs. Rose Crawford and
little daughter, of Anderson, spent
last week with their mother, Mlrs.
.\laster Rlobert 'Willis visited rela
tives in reenville last week.
. rs. Godfrey and daughter, Ie,
visited relatives in Narnie last week.
Miss Marjorie 'lopi visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Willfiam 'Brooks, of Eden,
Mrs. Smith, after spending several
days with her daughter, Mrs. Mat lien
derson, at Warrior, returned home
Mrs. Charlotte I1ipp and son, Gray,
of Eden section, and Dr. and Mrs.
'Beason, of Gray Court, spent Friday
with Mr. andl Mrs. Belton Owens..
Miis:cs Bes sand .iule Chlildress, of
LIaurens, visited M iss Claude Gray, last
Misses Sadie and Virginia Gray, of
Illden section, spent Friday night with
'Mr. and Nirs. Houston Ba-bb.
Miss 'hlelen I~mily Owings is visiting
her 'irandlmothier, in Greenville.
*Mr. and Mrs. Tlownes Willis visited
her mother, Mr's. Stoddard, of Owings,
Mr*. John -W\ellis and familly visited
relatives in Coronaca, from Friday un
Mr. and Mrts. William Neighbors, of
North Carolina, are v'isiting in Gray
Mr. Nat Crowder and family visited
relatives in Clinton Sunday.
Mr. Unart let Owiings and family visit
ed Mr .and Mrs. Rob Moore, of Owing.
Mir. Smith Martin and family spent
Saturday with Mr. Bi. WV. Martin and
family, of 1Eden section.
FAil')h9t (00itlil BY BUL
Attacked in Lot. Lad's Brave i'ieri
at Rescue Too Late.
Greenville, Aug. 22.-As a result of
injur'ies lie received when 'attacked
*and gor'ed by an uinfuriated bull, Wil
1lam -M. Cothr'an, aged 30, a farmer
who resided five miles fr'om the city
on the JLurens road, died yesterday
morning at 10:20 o'clock in the City
Hospital. Mr'. Cotkr'an was attacked
by the bull about 7 o'clock yesterday
morning when he entered the barn lot
on his pilace to tie one of the two bulls
which lhe owned and was pinned
against the side of the barn *by the
maddened animal. A heroic effort to
rescue Mr. Cothran was made by
George Carnton, a boy of 12 or lb years
who was in the lot at the time and
who struck the bull in the 'head with
a rock as the animal heldi the unfor
tunate man against the barn with Its
horns. The ladl's blow served to stun
the animal and caused the bull to re
lease -its victim, but not until a se
vere wounAd had 'boon inflicted.
One of the bull's horns entered Mr.
Cothran's 'ight aide to a depth of
eight inehos or more and severed one
or .two large arteries. Immediately
after the accident the ambulance of
Ramseur-McAtee company was sum
moned nad made the trip to Mr. Coth
rans' home and .to the City -Hospital in
25 minutes. At the City Hospital ev
erything possible was done to save the
unfortunate mans life but all efforts
were of no avail. His death was at
tributed to loss of blood.
'Mr. Cothran w'n well'known in the
community in which he .ived. He
Is survived by. his wife and by threu
step-children. He was a member of
Brandon Lodge, No. 23, Woodmaen of
He will .be burled today at Uolly
wood church cemetery, eight miles
from the city on the Augusta road,
with Woodmen honors. Funeral ser
vices .will be held at Hollywood
church at 3 o'clock and will be
conducted by the Rev. J. N. Wrenn.
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* Mrs. Laurens Glenni Davis *
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Mrs. Laurens Glenn Davis, the be
loved wife of 1W. Watts Davis of Rock
Bridge section, died at the Clinton
hospital after two weeks illness. She
was forty-seven-years of age and
since early childhood has been a sin
cereiChristian and consistent member
of the Presbyterian church.
Few women have lived to be so
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'uniVersal'y beloved by all 'who knev
her. A devoted daughter, wife and
mother, a kind neighbor, all speali
her -praises and shed tears of sincert
sorrow at her passing away from oui
Always kind and cheerful, no un
kindness -was in her nature, and shi
made her home an Ideal one for hei
large family circle. It seems a strang
dispensation of Providence that i
should be .broken and she taken in hei
prime, .but "the Lord had need of hei
and called her to coie up higher."
We must trust in the wisdon i an
goodness of God. lie doeth all thingi
well and for the good of those wh<
We pray that this sorrow -will drav
the hearts of her dear ones heaven.
ward where they will meet her in th4
King's. garden and enjoy that peace
ful abode forever.
'Mrs. Davis was of Revolutionar
ancestry. An interesting incident I
that Col. Glenn, of Revolution, com
nanded a skirmish in the lane just iJ
front of the home of her life. Sh,
was the daughter of DY. Wash Gleni
of Newberry and granddaughter o
Dr. Thomas Wier, a prominent phy
sielan of this county a generation agc
'By a Friend.
See PrIscilla Dean in "The Virgi1
pf Stomboul" at the 'Princess Theatr
Monday, August 29.
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