Plymouth, Emporia, Neva, KS Tornadoes, May 1910
KANSAS TOWN IS SWEPT BY TORNADO.
RAIN AND WINDSTORMS CAUSE DAMAGE IN WEST.
Topeka, Kan., May 3. -- The village of Plymouth, six miles southwest of Emporia, is reported to have been badly damaged by a tornado. Plymouth is a small town with 400 population on the Santa Fe railroad. All wires are down.
Severe rain and windstorms, reaching almost to tornado proportions at some points are reported from towns in eastern and central Kansas and western Missouri. What is described as a small tornado swept over Emporia, Kan., cutting off telephone and telegraph service.
Trainmen on the east bound California limited on the Santa Fe, on arrival here, reported a violent hailstorm at Neva, Kan. Telegraph poles, they said, were blown down and hail broke the windows of two of the cars.
Oelwein Daily Register Iowa 1910-05-03