211. Editorial on Porter, injured in auto accident, July 1, 1904.
212. Cusseteh Yahola, aged Creek warrior, reported to Dawes Commission to get his allotment, August 11, 1904.
213. News item, Porter re-elected for another term as principal chief, September 4, 1904.
214. Editorial on Porter, bringing suit against him was A.P. Murphy, Creek national attorney fired by Porter, September 8, 1904.
215. Editorial, Porter threatened to stop the proceedings if the government continued to sell surplus Creek lands before the allotments were equalized, September 22, 1904.
216. News item, Porter will enjoin the Dawes Commission if it continues to sell surplus lands, September 22, 1904.
217. Message of Porter to the Council, in which he deals with numerous matters: land allotments, leases, removed restrictions on sale of allotments, except for homesteads with the dissolution of tribal government; making recommendation that the Indians continue to adhere to the principles laid down for them by the Dawes Commission and to hold onto their lands, October 4, 1904.
218. Editorial on statehood, the problem of joining with Oklahoma, Oct. 6, 1904.
219. Speech by Porter, an outline of U.S. Indian policy from 1830 to 1904, and comments on development of Indian Territory, October 8, 1904.
220. News item on last annual session of the Creek Indian Nation, October 13, 1904.
221. Editorial on the Creek Council, brief history since 1830, October 13, 1904.
222. News item of Porter, meeting of Creek Council, October 14, 1904.
223. Fraudulent allotments, October 14, 1904.
224. Editorial on Porter, comment on his advice to Indians not to alienate their land, October 14, 1904.
225. Item on last Creek Council's annual session, Porter's message, his denunciation of leases, etc., October 20, 1904.
226. Editorial on Porter, October 20, 1904.
227. Editorial on Porter, the Creek Council, October 21, 1904.