AT PAYSON. Points From That Prosperous Democratic Stronghold. "Visiter" Sees, Hears and Writesof a Few Things, People and Subjects, While Sojourning. There For a Time. Ill one of the co.v room? of Mis. Haul) 's the F. S. held a very interesting interest-ing meeting, Friday evening, Aug. Sth, at which Mrs. Susan Fairbanks presided, presid-ed, and Mrs. llattie Greer was secretary. The subject for discussion was: Democracy De-mocracy vs. Republicanism. The Indies who advocated the affirmative were Mrs. Lesia Harris and Mrs. Alice Colvin; those for the negative, Mrs. Millie Stark and Mrs, Elizabeth Done, the terms of the debate were : Kach speaker was allowed tsventy minutes; tiie alhrimitive to have the closing speech ; religious doctrine or belief on politics not allowed; personalities strictly strict-ly forbidden. The debate was conducted conduct-ed on parliamentary principles, the s ieaUers were earnest on both sides, a high degree of intelligence coupled with rare native power was manifested, an I acquaintance will the historical doings of ihe parties was a prominent point, and the most marked feature of all was the absence of ill feeling. Ye Lords of the street corner debate, take a lesson from your superior halves. Payson is strictly a progressive town. With its wealthy farms, numerous herds of cattle, horses and sheep, its graduated gradu-ated mechanics, bank, numerous stores a newspaper, free schools, electric lights, hotels, mills, Democrats, busy boys and pretty girls, we may expect to see it in tiie no distant future as one of the most important agricultural and commercial centers in O'ah. Payson, being a Democratic city and being anxious for foreign and domestic news, also the progressive ideas of Democracy, De-mocracy, the gootl people of the place have recently subscribed freely for The Dispatch and the future promises at least 200 more in addition to its present list.. Tiie people appreciate solid literature. litera-ture. Mr. Christiansen, principal of the Payson schools, is expected ex-pected to return soon from a visit to his relatives in Colorado, to resume his labors in educating the young. lie will he assisted by the local faculty, which appears to "be a power in Payson. Prereton, Irvine &Co.. the headquarters headquar-ters of Pavson Democracy, carries on a big business in merchandise and when the public are made aware of the faet that they can subscihe for The Dispatch Dis-patch there, it w ill add another laurel tthat square dealing establishment. "Cuckoo!" In a few weeks the new roller mills will commence operations. This indus trv has been much needed some time and will be hailed with favor by the many fanners ht-reabou s who from the vtT) "necessity of the case, have taken heir grists to Spanish Fork. For small fruit and garden vegetables, this place is unsurpassed and a ready home and Tint.c market lu-i lu-i in. nils at fair prices for all the sur-plus. sur-plus. Tin no'itieal storm has entirely abutted, abut-ted, and the wreck of the cyclone con-.ists con-.ists of a few hones; but mi-guided Republicans. Re-publicans. Goid fellows, nevertheless. The harvest is great and the laborers are scarce. Visitor.