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Right in the center of town. The lumber yard would set up a platform at the corner of Main and Santa Fe. The streets would be lined with cars, and the concert would last two hours. The merchants stayed open and did a land-office-business. The music could be heard up and down at the grocery stores and the taverns. After every number they would all hoot and holler and toot their horns. . Many celebrities walked the streets of this town, waiting for the trains to take on water and coal. I remember Pola Negri.
Its water is the purest that Mother Earth contains and its people are prosperous and happy . . when the 30 TOLUCA shafts have been sunk to coal. That will be the dawning of a new era of prosperity for Toluca. ” Toluca was hailed as a soon-to-be “coal and manufacturing metropolis,” but in typical fashion, many of the claims made by boosters were gross exaggerations. Described as having “the richest coalfields in the state,” one promoter predicted in 1893 that the town would have a population of more than 10,000 inside of a year.
If there was any doubt that coal had not displaced corn as the Longwall mining towns’ key commodity, it was soon dispelled by the impressive headframes, powerhouses, and coal chutes of the mining operations and by the growing piles of mine spoil that rose above the prairie landscape. The Longwall District reached its peak productivity in the first decade of the twentieth century. 11 The demise of area mines had numerous causes, many of which were related to the longwall method of mining that was employed in the region.