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Statistics & Facts

The Kansas state capital is Topeka.
The population of Yates Center is approximately 1,815 (1990), 1417 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 956 (1990), 664 (2010).
The amount of land area in Yates Center is 5.931 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.012 sq kilometers.
The distance from Yates Center to Washington DC is 1064 miles.
The distance to the Kansas state capital is 80 miles. (as the crow flies)
Yates Center is positioned 37.87 degrees north of the equator and 95.74 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Yates Center Historical Events

1897, 1 January
News items from the Eureka Herald Newspaper

There was a shooting match at Mr. Logabaugh's last Wednesday. Did not learn the results.
M.J. Hellums dismissed school until Monday after New Years, and went home Thursday evening.

H.C. Stephenson has returned from Pittsburg.
R.W. Service bought two car loads of two-year-old cattle last week. R.W. is a rustler, and we wish him success.

Upper Slate
Ravenscroft is moving part of his cattle to Upper Willow creek, to be cared for by Andy McKesson.
J.V. Nuckols is home from visiting in Missouri, and he and the boys spent Christmas with his daughter, Mrs. Tom Bailey, on Bachelor creek.

Lee Howard will soon move to his Highland farm, and the place he leaves will be occupied by Jim Perkable and family.

Gus Freeman is in the lead on skunk pelts, and Bert Wood on coon and mink.

Mrs. Mamie Dickens visited with her parents, Mr. And Mrs. John Bennett, from Thursday to Saturday, last week.

John Clark and Myrtle Leming were married Thursday, December 24. They gave him a charivari on Christmas night. After the boys had their fun, John called them in and treated.

Mrs. James Bland and children are visiting her parents in Eureka, Mr. and Mrs. Lillie.

Miss Laura Wheat, of Yates Center, is visiting her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Landers.

Mr. Seymour came home Sunday morning from Kansas City, Missour, where he was called by the sickness of his mother.

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