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The Ancient and Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus

Mark Twain; An Itinerant Humorist In the Hangman’s Yard

By Tom Kuntz Oct. 3, 1999 New York Times, October 3, 1999, Section 4, Page 7 EXECUTIONS are so routine and shielded from wide public view nowadays that not many have noticed that, with three months still to go in 1999, this is already the death penalty’s biggest year in nearly half a century —…
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Julia C Bulette Scholarship awarded to Virginia City High School Valedictorian John “Dexter” Yago

Dexter Yago represented Storey County in the Poetry Out Loud Program, and also participated in the All-State High School Honor Choir, singing in the bass register. We wish him the best success in his pursuits, and will invite him to be initiated into our Ancient and Honorable Order after his 25th birthday.

Embattled Banner: The true history of the Confederate flag

BY JOHN M. COSKI7/9/2015 • CIVIL WAR TIMES IF you are a regular reader of Civil War Times, the Confederate battle flag is a familiar part of your world. The symbolism of the flag is simple and straightforward: It represents the Confederate side in the war that you enjoy studying. More than likely, your knowledge…
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J.U.N.K. Trip 6023 – Silver Peak

Kick em. Julia’s Unequivocal Nevada Klampout #39 Silver Peak clamper year 6023 Brought to you by Julia C. Bulette Chapter 1864, E Clampus Vitus Envisioned by Noble Grand Humbug Dr. Don Asher Scribbled by Jeffrey D. Johnson XNGH, Clamphistorian at Chapter 1864 Dedicated to Fannie Gore Hazlett and Geno Oliver in general 2018 c.e. Esmeralda…
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Julia C Bulette Family Picnic Day – Saturday, July 14, Noon to 4 PM

Fun for the Widders and Orphans! There will be kid’s events and the Hawker will have wares especially for the Ladies. Special Lambskins will be available for the Orphans! A fun time shall be had by all in attendance. Hamburgers and Hot Dogs will be provided, so bring other meats, extra side dishes, snacks, desserts,…
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Remembering Reno’s Lost Patients

Submitted by Travis Stransky In a forgotten corner between the cities of Reno and Sparks lies a piece of land incased in a wrought iron fence along 21st street. Within the fence there stands an eight foot obelisk comprising of four plaques on each side, listing the names of 767 patients who were buried at…
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