The county of Motley, located in the north-western region of the Texas state, was established in 1876 and organized in 1891. It was named after Junius William Mottley, a signatory in the Texas Declaration of Independence. This county features some historical sites such as the Motley County Library and the Motley County Historical Museum. It is also a popular site for hunting antelopes, aoudad sheep, deers, doves, pheasants, and quails. The county of Motley also hosts an annual stock show every April at Matador and an annual old settlers’ reunion at the Roaring Springs. Furthermore, Cajun, traditional American, and local Tex-Mex cuisines are all being served in this county.