30 October 1902 — Oakdale: Ed. Carrick, of Three Mile, is able to ride out and was greeted by his friends on our streets Monday.
24 September 1903 — Oakdale: Ed. and Willis [sic] Carrick have returned home, after spending a few months in Kenney, Ill. [Kenney is a village in DeWitt County, Illinois.]
29 December 1904 — Oakdale: Robert Carrick attended the funeral of Mrs. Apps, of Chicago, Saturday.
23 February 1905 — Entertainment for Oak Grove. The Slade school district will give an entertainment at Oak Grove church, Friday February 24, beginning at 7:45 o’clock p.m.The following program will be rendered: [Play: “Reunion of Longfellow’s Characters”]. Ruth Carrick played the role of Precosia.
2 March 1905 — Rice: Ed. Carrick left for Kansas City, Mo., Wednesday.
28 December 1905 — Rice: Robert Carrick sold a horse to Wm. Gorman; consideration $140.
1 February 1906 — Oakdale: Ed. Carrick visited Pinckneyville and Sparta this week.
8 February 1906 — Rice: Wilfred Carrick and sister, Ruth, visited relatives in Pinckneyville Sunday.
6 September 1906 — Oakdale: Robert Carrick and Jas. Sloane are attending the reunion at Johnson City. [This was a Civil War — Union — veterans’ reunion.]
6 September 1906 — Oakdale: Ed. Carrick came in on the train Wednesday nursing a broken arm caused by falling when trying to catch a train at some point on his route. He had been gone most of the summer representing the American Yeast Co., and his friends are sorry to learn of his misfortune.
4 October 1906 — Robert Carrick has moved from the farm to this city [Nashville] and now occupies the Marx homestead.
1 November 1906 — The Point: Ed. Carrick, of Pilot Knob, is husking corn for W.G. Martin.
1 November 1906 — Miss Ruth Carrick, of Nashville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. W.G. Martin.
8 November 1906 — The Point: Ed. Carrick spent Sunday at Pilot Knob.
15 November 1906 — Oakdale: Mr. Carrick visited the home place last week.
20 December 1906 — The Point: Robt. Carrick and daughter Ruth, of Nashville, spent Sunday with Wm. G. Martin and family.
27 December 1906 — The Point: Miss Ruth Carrick, of Nashville, spent Sunday at W.G. Martin’s.
17 January 1907 — The Point: Martin [sic] Carrick called on Sylvia Martin one day during the week.
7 February 1907 — Rice: Roy Carrick spent Sunday with Howard Chapman.