DECEMBER 27, 1906


Jonas Fuller, one of the best known mining men in the country, died at his rooms in Grangeville December 23, 1906, of heart failure.  He owned mining property at Thunder Mountain and when this was sold he made his home in Grangeville.  He was 59 years old and is survived by one daughter in South Dakota.

His frank, openhearted manner was known and appreciated by all his acquaintances and his generosity has helped many a fellow miner out of distress.  His life has been that of the typical mountaineer and miner. 



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