|The above was reproduced from a sketch by Wm. N. Collier, an Ozark native, who died in California in 1957.
||The Walker Mill (below) in Parch Corn Hollow between Linden and Ozark on land homesteaded by David Walker in 1845. This grist mill replaced a pre-Civil War carding mill. Following the Walkers a succession of enterprising millers, including Stone and Warren, liquified (legally) or made meal of a farmer's grain, according to his taste.