The county of Mills, located at the center of the Texas state, was organized in 1887 and was named after John T. Mills, an American lawyer who served in the Texas Supreme Court. This county has been economically dependent on its agriculture, livestock, and manufacturing industries. It also features interesting historical sites, landmarks, and shopping centers such as the Mills County Museum, J. Waddy Bullion Gardens, Mills County Artisan Guild, and Mills County General Store. You can also enjoy the scenic view of a botanical garden at the Legacy Plaza, or the picturesque Kemp Lake. Furthermore, the county of Mills offers a variety of food selection from seafood to other American, Mexican, and Italian specialties.