Thank you, Ellen. This will take some research to find people to add the town and cemetery. At present, WikiTree has exactly one person categorized in Mineral County, Montana, a Harry Young Andersson who died in Deep Creek.
I suspect trying to identify a newspaper in the town or that serviced the town might be a way toward some initial information though the Times article mentions one book (doubtless another will follow in time).
Note: Mineral County was not formed until 1914, well after the demise of Taft. Taft was located in Missoula County at the time it existed. The town was largely uninhabited by the Big Burn in 1910. 9 Apr 1909 The Missoulian reported the town is mostly empty save 2 stores, 2 saloons, and a restaurant with those still remaining in the process of boarding up and leaving.
A few Taft residents that could be researched: Mr and Mrs W B Perkins; Dr L J Coria (physician for the CM&PS Railroad hospital - sued for incorrect amputation); Ben Denison was postmaster of Taft 1909; Pat Callahan; R. W. Day was engineer in charge of work at Taft 1909; Thomas C Kurtz; Angelo Stenoff died 27 Feb 1909 found dead at west end of St Paul tunnel and unofficially reported as murder.