The Haileyville Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1920 Page: 3 of 10
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Caigt/ fc-i>U on ir.i Jh&liirn Rivtr.
i.i- mi Kstl.oniun
(itisui). and Aiutaga (Narui).
settled down ar.>l t..ui. >•<! in 1-19 ti.'
t..>\ll HOW I i!OWIl lit- li« >iil-
l:,Mll is .me of The if'\\ towns wliah
hnw I'liierunl willi .11 its beauty. tiom
l! e Middle Ages, says '.lie Chi -linn
Science Monitor. Approaching Iteval
/■mm lite >>ii, <-ne cannot but adu.i.e
lit* irui'veon- picture it main-. s.mi-
t ri-.i nil the r< ■ k slim , . w.tli in won-
(•.erfill ri.stlf perch '■ "" the
ii s proudly dow i' •1 v<-r p -i >l.i\s i,r
st,it (,;••<.iv. h« if 'U spisiiijr tlit
tow and anxiety vshhli now p.ewiil in
thi t U<1W<11<.' t<<wn.
Htvi I in -nunner Willi it? < 1 ■ r.
|-.lm< s-i v. lemii.'ls one Mimewtut of
Naples. Fitting in with the climate is
the wonc'.eriul t i.li lil«-■v'.on of the !) •••
pie, Mini one is smn I- by the beauty
<t the women, and tt-e numbers of
hapm 11 iliii < i
Tfre<* is no ttrinb .-tal li-hed <,(,Ui-
i in as to the deri*tioii of the • <
Reval. One legend has it that the
name Beval I* derived from the Ihin-
isn wo.d "reffel (reel) ms in th
III, .'S tlH' Isl'alllt <.f KlllleS. i. I,il l. i-
two or three versts from ti"' town,
was ti loin; rocky peninsula
Medieval and Modern Mingled
ri he old town is still partly i "•
rounded by a ti,1.1 wall from whl.li
rl-e nu ii.v ipieer. uiedieuil to.,,,- tin
highest "f which I- the "Long Her
nutnn ' Then there is ti e ' i ' tor
thick) Margnrltta," and the "Kid In
fie ! c< t " 'I lie I <•• •' o\>*i 1 ■., ■ i; i n •- Ine
town, receives Irs name, according to
rumor, because on.? < an | .-op !"'<< "
:ts kltclieiif fi"in its windowc. Splen-
flid hoiilevards l:I\ e si modern tmji'li to
>|il|c Its niiiow, old-
olid, windii,- streets.
I.lVe Athens, it has seven jrntep; the
Strand (or -.n) :tit. tin- Small
sfi'-nii. or Nii liola- uate: tin Wil'ii. oi
Niirwa gate: tin' Knfln, or Mlchattoff
I'atr; Kin llar.iu. or N<-w -«te; the
iioin tate. and ,the < 'i'tei n gale (v I t'
the tNthonian - <*fill Nttnnav :in<v, de-
rived from the Null ^ate. as it roiueiit
w>iS once sitnat.d ni'iirliy).
't tie tov ei - ami willis Hi e riddled
with I.nllet I,., i ks. wlo' ii <late hill I; ti.
the times wIk-ii the .MoM-nviiiit <-zar,
Ivan Vassillvltih, t.psleged ti..' town.
I'lie i;<;tes are di'iorao'd with the oat
of artus of the city, dating from tin*
Danffli period Some have three j
light hlue lil.es on fi gold .uoiind, #ur- i
rounded \sith ted; red and blue i.'iith J
ers ornament the helmet, on which j
i.wts ii .Town. A woman <-lad in a I
led garment holds a cross In her |
hands. A silver cross on a red ground
is also sometimes found.
Historfcai Houses and Castle.
Uevnl. as already mentioned, is nue :
r,f the few towns in Kilt'ope to survive
ttiediev; i days, l'or nnn/who loves
historical towns, to Indulge himself
!n admiring the wonderful old l an!sh
and Swedisii houses which ornaiiieiit
it.ese narrow street®, I# a ie;il ,1.<y.
The square near the-castle and the
market place are of peculinr hi.-tor-
leal interest: those streets known as
Broad street and Long street are the
principal thoroughfares and contain
most of the fashionable shops and
Turning to the magnificent Iiom-
l. rg, with Its castle, or Kitterhtuf , n
new and no less wonderful vista opens
l.Pfore us. The castle was built in
the thirteenth century by Wahlemnr.
and was partly rebuilt in lT-'L'. It Is
s-ti-nafW -1— wr-'1' j.-ijl a bc,iUiln\l
,,h, . t dnnerly. H.Ts ifjarter was tV-
vided into two parts, one belonging
(,, ihe oliureli. the other to the knights,
<in the right, the house of the r.ol.il-
U\ contains it.any Interesting fea-
tures. Unfortunately the archives,
wh'.ih were };ept there, weie lost
when, for s.iiiie unknown reason, those
dating from before 1VJ< were sent b>
.(lip to Rwwlen 1n 1T!•>. Two nut of
the three s-hips were wrecked. The
only reliable source from which one
,ti'j.ee the history of F.sthonla
has ',I.lis l.ei'ti destroyed.
Seme Ancient Churches.
'i'lie i hurches of Hevrl are also of
treat inlci'e.st. The I.utheran and
1,'olai chutches were built in tlie
t,n , te 'lith century, 'iin^ <llaf church
v,iu- Imlif lii 1 r.nd probably de-
rived its laiine from ti.e lianisli klcg. ,
til,-if, ! i.Turtunately, however, this
, h-.ivti was pan;all,\ destroyed in the
prent fire of HKi. The tower was i
: soon rebuilt to its present height of} |
4_!t ti', t Tnls Is ...-e of the highest ;
, t..,.. in lie.i.ipe. and In ti.e old '
id >-.'toniied u.'landmark for seafar- i
II, i thonian Church of the Llo'.y !
, -t 1- i.i ■ of the oldest in exist- ;
i - ;,i-i ;s believe it to have Lewti
; i,ii:i In the early <iotliie peri.xl. In • I
I ... dltion, there are many other notable
; l,iiihli.u.~. incltuhng the t. ssn ball
! n,!<1 S. hart:; Hulipter Hans
I (Hlack-Her.ded building); this latter1
j .ierive- ns name from its patron
t tin \e-in s-'alnt Mauritius,
j i>host 1,1.,it; head crowns the bulld-
! , ... which lel.,n-'s to the Associa-
i '...ii of Bachelor Bn«!n« ss Jlen. orig-
| ;i,.,:l> foriue.1 tor the inainteiianee of
I older and the defense of the town
I .."Millet l.Kll :iii(Wrs.
i the tiaveler should not leave E -
I ti,, n.a hetole lie has iiior.nted the l.ax-
! I,, i sunset, i rout lure he will see
the o -lance the I'on|herg castle.,
i with it siivi;-;, shimmering roofs anil
| towi is ; the dark silhouette of the
I i.hit' clitircli, with Its spire hidden In
i-!,aids; and the blue sea forming a
I I. kt'i-otind, interrupted by the line
til t en line of Wolf and Nargan Is-
lands, beyond which the fishermen are'
returning home, frowned by 1 lie red
i-,i\ of <he setting sun. this will re-
main a never to-he-forgotten picture.
'1 heliport il.nt jazz music is losing
it.- popularity in London is only an-
i,ii,ei indication that Ungland is not
llkclv ti? go soviet.
Majbe Mars, having a professional
interest, is wigwagging to find out who
won the war. Anyway the information
i not yet available.
When a ship^ends out a distress rail
now there is at least the saiisfuCiloa
of knowing there are no subniailne
"Standardized" dress for women
confronts two insurmountable difficul-
ties there are no standardised wom-
en and no standardised Incomes.
Thi' campaign makes it lisrd for a
lot of fellows to follow one of the
most essential of the rules against
the "ilu," which is to keep tho mouth
Anyhow, the profiteer is one gent
who will never ti<l;e exception to a
cry of "Ilnwn with boislievism 1" It
helps t<< drown out "Down with
>rices'" . .
Owinii to (lie l HSh cost ol white paper, tHe-
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Hubbard, John H. The Haileyville Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1920, newspaper, April 15, 1920; Haileyville, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146957/m1/3/: accessed May 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.