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Starting at the top left is Doan's which was the last supply point on the Great Western or Dodge City cattle trail. It is not uncommon to find on maps of this period. However over in Montague County, Red River Station, known earlier as Salt Creek, is seldom on any Texas map even though it was the main crossing point for cattle drives on the Chisholm Trail. If you look further you will find intriguing names like Adieu, Audubon, Custer City, Gertrude(s) and many others that no longer exist or are simply markers on the highways. The Handbook of Texas Online can probably help on some of them. But others are simply lost.
Map image from the Electric Books Collection