If no one answered your question, there was a mortuary notice for C. E. Davis in the Atlanta Constitution in the 16 Oct 1913 issue on page 9. It reads,
"C. E. Davis
C. E. Davis, aged 24, died yesterday afternoon at a private sanitarium. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. J. N. Humphries, of Sparta, Tenn. The body has been removed to Harry Poole's funeral parlors. Funeral arrangements will be announced later."
So if this is the C. E. Davis you want, it sounds as if he died from a sickness, not injuries. In fact, his wife and one of their children also died in a sanitarium shortly before him.
From the Atlanta Constitution, 12 Apr 1913, page 14:
"Mrs. C. E. Davis
Mrs. C. E. Davis, aged 20, of College Park, died Friday night at a local sanitarium. Her body was removed to Hemperley's undertaking establishment pending funeral arrangements. She leaves her husband and a small child and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. England."
From 20 Aug 1912, page 9
"Death of an Infant.
The five-weeks-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Davis, of Sparta, Tenn., died at a private sanitarium Monday morning at 11 o'clock. The body was removed to Poole's chapel, and will later be taken to Sparta for funeral and interment."
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