be in up in fol- 14, the for attendance Of Tomorrow Is City Do Not Fail There has been little Interest manifested manifested in the election to be "held tomorrow. tomorrow. There is practically no contest of candidate's except in the second and third wards, where C. C. Cunningham, W. O. Dickerson and Dr. B. :E. Smith are filed as candidates candidates in the second and J. B. Ware, W. H. Gowdy and Amos Dahuff in the third. In the first ward there are two to elect and there are but two candidates. R. P. . Cornelius filed for the short term and Louis Werth to succeed himself. Unfortunately Unfortunately the wet and dry proposition is before the voters the charter makes it mandatory on the mayor to Include that Issue at every city election election and although there is little agitation agitation on the matter, those in favor of a clean town should not be found Election to Cast Your Vote asleep at their post. The victory for the dry s should be more pronounced than last year; an ever-increasing majority is a good advertisement for the town. Everybody should vote tomorrow. A. F. & A. M. Elect. Ashland Lodge, No. 23, heldJts annual annual election Thursday evening. The following officers were selected: W. M. H. L. Whlted. S. W. W. E. Blake. J. W. Stuart Saunders. Secretary W. H. Day, Treasurer E. V. Carter. E. A. Sherwin retires after many years' service as secretary, having turned the duties of the position over to Mr. Day last April at (he time of his Illness and never resumed them.