64. Editorial on message of Porter to Creek Council, urging Creeks to promptly get their homesteads, delay would solve nothing, May 30, 1901.
65. Editorial on Porter, urging the Creek Treaty be supplemented with agreements on roads and highways, etc., June 7, 1901.
66. Editorial on Porter, June 7, 1901. re: Creek ratification meeting to be held at Tulsa.
67. Editorial on General Porter's participation in the Confederate Armies, June 7, 1901.
68. Editorial on 100 whites employed on Porter's 4,000 acre cattle ranch, June 21, 1901.
69. Editorial on Creek ratification meeting at Tulsa, June 21, 1901.
70. Porter speaks on the discovery of oil, the consequences of this event on the Creeks before allotments are clear, July 4, 1901.
71. Letter of Porter to J. George Wright, on restrictions of the sale of Creek allotments, July 5, 1901.
72. Editorial on speculators in Creek Territory, August 16, 1901.
73. News item on Porter regarding supplemental agreement to the Creek treaty, August 23, 1901.
74. Interview with Porter regarding sale of Creek allotments, August 23, 1901.
75. Editorial on Porter, demonstrations against blacks. August 29, 1901.
76. Editorial on the race question in Creek Territory, August 29, 1901.
77. Address of Porter, recommends that lease terms on allotments be limited to one or five years, August 19, 1901.
78. Editorial on Porter, on road building around Tulsa, August 30, 1901.
79. Editorial on Porter, it was suggested that he accept World's Fair commissionership, August 30, 1901.
80. News item on the convention of Porter and other chiefs, September 5, 1901.
81. News item on Porter, signing of town lot deed, September 6, 1901.
82. Editorial on Porter, Chairman of the temporary World's Fair executive committee of Indian Territory, September 21, 1901.