194. Message of Porter to Council, his advice on the end of tribal government planned for 1906, December 8, 1903.
195. Editorial on the closing council of Porter's four-year administration, December 11, 1903.
196. Editorial on Porter, promoting separate statehood for Indian Territory, December 25, 1903.
197. Story of the Creeks and Porter, a vindication of Andrew Jackson and denunciation of Tecumseh, suggesting that those resisting the taking of lands in severalty were descended from warriors who allied with Tecumseh, January 22, 1904.
198. News item of Porter, regarding settling Indian affairs, February 11, 1904.
199. Porter went to Washington to protect Creek interests, February 12, 1904.
200. Editorial on Porter, urging Indians not to be swindled out of their lands, February 18, 1904.
201. Letter from Porter to Hon. A.P. Murphy, discharging him as attorney for the Creek Nation, March 25, 1904.
202. Porter protests Dawes Commission selling 500,000 acres of Creek land--Porter felt they should be allotted for the purpose of equalizing the value of general allotments, March 31, 1904.
203. Editorial on Porter, member of the Masonic Order, April 23, 1904.
204. Editorial on removal of restrictions on adopted Indians, April 14, 1904.
205. Letter of Porter, on sale of surplus Creek lands by Dawes Commission, April 7, 1904.
206. Editorial on Porter, a trip to St. Louis, April 29, 1904.
207. Porter announces his engagement to a St. Louis woman at age 55, April 30, 1904.
208. Editorial on payment of loyal Creek claims, May 5, 1904.
209. Editorial on principal chiefs attending World's Fair, June 11, 1904.
210. Injunction filed against Porter by A.P. Murphy, deposed attorney for the Creek Nation, June 30, 1904.