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-Put, You Kexall B YOU CAN USE THEM WITH POUNDED FROM THE HIGH J -ST WILL DO FOR YOU WHAT YOU EACH REXALL REMEDY SPECIAL USE AND THERE IS ON MENT. People's The REX/ tJtT YOU ARE A STRANG (Small advertisements under this heading inserted at rate of ono cent a toord per insertion. Four insertions for price of three.) NOTICE.-I will thresh Cano Seed at my placo Saturday, Dec. Oth. II. W. BRANDT, Walhalla. 40* FOR RENT OR SALE-House and Lot on Tugaioo street. Apply DOB MACAULAY, Walhalla, S. C. 48-tf WANTED-Wo aro in tho market to buy good, donn Feas. E. C. MAR ETT A SON, Westminster, S. C. 40-tf TURKEYS for Christmas for sale hy M US. W. ll. ARMSTRONG, Sen eca, S. C., Rt. I. 19-50* MONEY TO 1A>AN on Improved Farm Lands, lt. E. BRUCE, Plck ons, S. C. 2G-tf NOTICIO.-Anybody wanting Scott Cluster Applo Trees, got them nt once. 100 loft. LEON li BARDEN, Westminster, S. C., Itt. 2. 4li * FOD SALE at a Having-One brand now Ford Touring Car with demount able Kims and Extra Casing. Seo GARWOOD JAYNES, Walhalla, H. C. FOR RENT - Ono One-horse and one Two-horse Crop. Apply MRS. W. C. IV EST BR, Walhalla, S. C. Route No. 3._?L'?L0!_ FOR RENT-Gnu Tv. o-horso Farm to rent; good houso and barn. MRS. M. E. HAMMOND, Seneca, S. C., Rt. No. 1._48-19 FOR SALE - Baby Carriago, al most new. For information apply at COURIER OFFICE, Walhalla, S. C. 47-rtf._ NOTICE.-Closing Out My Stock of Goods nt Cost.-Also Gasoline at .22c. per gallon. G. B. GILLESPIE, Walhalla, S. C. _ lt.-lil* FOR SALE.r-vSeveral Mules and Horses. Prices right. Would trade for cattle. W. J? SCHRODER, Wal halla, S. C. _44-tf _ WANTED-Chickens, Beef Hides, Turkeys and Eggs, at once. .Market some higher. R. D. O ELK BUS, The I'p-town Dealer, Walhalla, S. C. 40 NOTICE.-Tho Kooweo Courier is in position to handle subscriptions to all tho loading periodicals. Wo will appreciate your business. 1,OST-Wednesday, Nov. 20th, In front, of ll. C. Busch's resilience, one Silk Dress. Finder rellim to ll. C. IUJSC?I, Walhalla, S. C., ?ind receive reward. WA It N I N (i !-All persons are hereby warned not to Trespass on properly of undersigned in any way. .MUS. W. H. MONGOLD, Mountain Rest, S. C. P.i-M>* WATCH VOIR HOG BUSINESS and make lt prolltablo, I offer for salo 2."? Gells, Shoats and Pigs. Can maleo hogs for late killing. W. D. .Moss, Walhalla, S. C. 17-t.f FOR SALE-Two yokes of well trained Stool's for Sawmilllng, weigh ing from 2,ooo to 2,200 pounds each. Terms easy. E. C. MARETT & SON. Westminster, S. C. 40-49 FOR SALE OR BENT-Ten-room Rosldonco, suitable for boarding house. Corner Tugaloo and Mnilldln Streets. For par lieu Ul rs apply lo C. F. ll BT RICK, Walhalla. S. C. if WANTED - Dogwood - We pay $ lt'..ot) per cord for Dogwood .it Westminster. CAROLINA HARD WOOD co. Soe .1. s. Price for speci fications otc. 1 i- jj* - tf OX ACCOUNT of low water und inability of power company lo fin nish power, wo will nOI run mir gins on Fridays, until further notice, i bo WESTMINSTEH oil, & FE UTILI ZER co. 48-tf CONTRACTIVO AND BU 11 ,DI Nfl, -1 will bo glad lo figuro with any perso,i who may bnvo Building Work to lo. will bid on nay work, largo or sm.il!. \v. B DODD, Box 34 I,Wal halla, S C. I ?- I !. * SIX PER CEX'? MONEY.-Under Bankers' Reservo System t; % Loans may bo secured on city or farm prop erty, lo buy, build, improve or pay Indebtedness. BANKERS' RESERVE DBPOS1T CO., 1648 California St., Denver, Colo. 17-2 NOTICE-This is to notify tho public thal my boy, ANSEL FRICKS, who ls II nd or age. has loft my home without my consent, and anyone hir ing or harboring bim will bo prose cuted to tho fullest extent of tho law. J, E. FRICKS, West Union. P.)* ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH, Maublln Street, Walhalla, S. C. SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN DAY OF EACH MONTH. linera m Ont of Penance. . 9.30 a. m. Muss and Sermon.lo.oo a. ni, Rev. Timothy J, McGrath, Rector, St. Joseph's Church, East Earle and North McDulflo Sis., Anderson, S. C. r Faith in Remedies CONFIDENCE. THEY ARE COM QUALITY INGREDIENTS AND WANT THEM TO DO. HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR A IE FOR EACH ORDINARY AIL Pharmacy, LlvL. Store. ER HERE BUT ONCE. "Jtfl m*t-.-> wjiun.i? im UM inri-a??iiM iw innnw ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j* ?j? ?j? ?j* ?j* ?j? ?t? ?j? ?j? ?|? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j* ?j? .j? I AH; A Ii ANO PERSONA Ii. 4* IM ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? *J? ?J? ?J? * J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?|? . J? ? J? . - Bring In your duo bills for meal tliis week. There will bo nc ono to deliver meal after this week. Wal halla (Jin Co., W. P. Milam, Man ager.-adv. -The many friends of Mrs. Goo. Schumacher will regret to learn that sho ls quite ill With an attack of flu, and will hope for her speedy recov ery. - Miss Mary Cornelia Barton, of Greenville, is spending tho Thanks giving holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Barton, and among her many Walhalla friends. -Just received, car of fresli Dixie Portland lemont. W. M. Brown.Wal halla. S. C.-ad.-li?-tf. -Mr. and Mrs. John J. Boeder silent the Thanksgiving holidays in Atlanta with relatives. They drove through in their car and report the roads good and a pleasant trip. - Miss Julia Timmerman, of Greoville, visited In Walhalla last week, being a guest In tho homos of Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Aull and Miss Lucy Brandt. She has numerous friends hore who wore delighted to seo her again. -Rice, IS lbs. for $1.00; sugar, 1 :\ lbs. for $1.00; plain (lour S?e; self-rising flour 90c. Fresh cream cheese at 30c. per lb. Walk a block and savo a dollar. 'Maynes cuts the price and sells the goods."-adv. -The Zion Sunday school is pre paring for a Christmas tree and en tertainment. All children interested in these features are urged to meet nt Zion Methodist church on Thurs day evening at G o'clock to get their parts in the program. - Let us help you solve your gift problems. We can do it. . Tho Peo ple's Dept. Storo, Walhalla. "Better goods for less."-adv. -On Tuesday of next weok the Star Theatre. Walhalla, will show Constance Talmadgo in "Silk Stock ings." This ls one of tho best of the many excellent pictures which fea ture Constance Talmadgo. Don't miss it. -For Sale - Embroidered Bed spreads; Uno for Xmas gifts. Prices reasonable al Marie Bischoff's Mid way.-adv.-l?* - Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Oelunig and family had as their Thanksgiving guests Miss Cathleen Parter, of Bow ell, X. C.; IT, B. Graham and E. O. Jones, of Columbia; Les'.er Parter, of Clemson College, and C. R. Ford, of Atlanta. Miss Parter remained over for the week-end. C. C. Bash ames, of Oastonia, X. C., was also a week-end guest, in tho Ooh mig home. .Candlesticks, electric lamps, leather goods, toilet articles, sta tionery. Jewelry, silver, baskets, (low ers, dolls, toys, fountain pens and flroworks. The host goods for thc best price at Bell's Drug Store, Wal halla, S. C.- adv.-ti. - The Darktown Sunshine Min strel show will ho given on Friday, Doe. 8, at the Walhalla High School Auditorium. This entertainment was postponed on account Of the sad death of Mrs. M. K. Fort. The enter tainment will he given under the aus pices of the ('ivie League, and is be ing managed by Mrs. J. J. Reeder. Tho price of admission is 20c. and 35c. Doors opon at 7. 'AO o'clock, and the performance will begin at 8 promptly. - Plenty of good work mules and horses to sell-worth the money either for cash or good notes. Como and seo me. W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-ad.-1!<-tf. - The Star Theatre, Seneca, of fers an attractive program for the balance of this week and tho first of next. Thursday William S. Hart In .'Tho Th roo Word Brand," anti a two reel comedy; Friday, tia in ty Shirley Mason in "Littlo .Miss Smiles," and Patho Nows; Saturday, Tom Mix in tho foal uro picture, "Chasing the Moon." Chas. HutcMson in tho thrill ing serial, "Sliced," and Ruth Bo land In "Tho Timber Queen." Mon day and Tuesday of next week, tho wonderful production, "A Child for Salo." featuring Creighton Bale and (?ladys Leslie. The theatre is warm and comfortable and the management will appreciate your patronage --A beautiful assortment of bed room slippers from 9">c. to $1.50. shop early. They won't last. long. Tho People's Dept. Store. "Detter goods for less."-- adv. -On Xov. 3d the Pa. 1 Mayne Cir cle hold its regular meeting with Mrs. W. 1). Moss. The guests were mot by their hospitable hostess and Invited Into tho parlor, which was lovely in Its settings of ferns and other potted plants, Several interesting papers were read and enjoyed. Mrs. Moss, assisted by hor small ?laughter. Miss Fl iza liet h, served a dollclous salad Course, Other recent meetings of tho I layne Cirolo have been onjoyod with tht! following charming hos tesses: .Mrs. Henry Hughs on Sept. Mb; Mrs. John Dendy on Sept. 22d; Miss Janie Harrison on (iel. fi th; Miss Gert rudo Smith on Oct. 20th. . I will 'rndo thoroughbred Po land-China ard Duro? pigs for peas, cane seed mid scod ryo. Arthur Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-^-adv.-1 S-lf. -Mrs. J. R. Barlo hrfrlsitlng her daughter, Mrs.'C. L, BuBbtfe, at Whlt mlre, 8. C. \ -Plenty of 16 per oent acid for nil now; $16.25. W. M. Brown, Wal halla, S. C.-adv.-43-tf. -Wo are requested 'to announce that tho Liberty B.Y.P.U. will meot at Ebenezer next Sunday afternoon, Doc. 10th, at 3 o'clock. .-Plenty of 16 per cont acid for all now; $16.25. W. M. Brown, Wal halla, S. C.-adv.-43-tf. . -Wo regret to leam that Sidney Ellison ls quito sick at tho home of his parents. Mr. alid Mrs. A. L. Elli son, near Walhalla He ls suffering, wo understand, from a very severe attnck of flu, and it. ls reported that his condition is regarded as quito sorlous. Wo hopo to hear of his lm provomont at an oarly dato. -What ls a moro nppropr.'to gift for a man or woman than Cad?1' hos iery? From 50c. to $3.00, plain and fancy. Tho Pooplo's Dept. Store, ex clusivo dealors. "Botter good for less."-adv. -The many friends of Rev. N. G. Ballenger, of Midway, will bc glad to learn that he ls. Improving, after an attack of sudden Illness last week. Rev. Hallenger was recently appoint ed by tho Upper Methodist Confer ence to tho pastorate of tho Walhalla Circuit, and ho has hut recently taken charge of his now work. Wo hope that ho may soon be entirely well. -Wo will charge $3.50 por bale for ginning this season, furnishing hagging and ties. We use 2 to 2% pound juto bagging and whole ties. .Into hagging adds wolght and blakes a neat hale. Schaeffer Gin Co., West minster, S. C.-adv.-35.-tf. - Mrs. C. G. Powell and little son, Albert, have returned to their home in Charlotte. X. C., after a pleasant visit, to Mrs. Powell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. j. S. Tollisou, of the Fair view section. They were accompan ied home by Miss OUio Tollisou, who will visit "thom until af tor the holi days. -Just received another shipmont of High Point buggies, and will sell them; worth the money. W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-?d.-49-tt. -Mrs. Josie Bauknlght Oliver,who was quito woll known in Walhalla, died at her home at Statesboro, Ga., on Nov. 15th. Mrs. Olivor was horn In Walhalla about 5 0 yoars ago, and for a nu tuber of yoars made her homo hero, and was woll known through out the county. Tho deceased is sur vived by two sisters, Mrs. George S. Roach, of Oliver, Ga., and Mrs. B. M. Holland, of Gastonla, Nf, C. Mrs. C. W. Pitchford and Mrs. LR la Stod dard, Chas. W. and John E. Batik night, of Walhalla, are cousins of the deceased. Mrs. Pitchford, Mrs. Stod dard and J. E. Bauknight had Just returned from Statesboro after a visit to Mrs. Oliver, thinking that she was better, when they got news of her death. There are many who will learn with regret of tho death of this good lady, and who sympathize with ?.ho heroaved ones. -Just recelvod, a shipment of tho woll known High Point buggies. Call and got ono. (If you ride, rldo right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-3S-tf. -A marriage that will provo of interest to many in this section was solemnized in the First Presbyterian church of Bessemer, Ala., on Wed nesday, N'ov. 22d, When Miss Mamie .loo Reid and Roy Lodbettor were joined in tho holy bonds . of matrimony. Tho occasion was a very brilliant affair, bringing together a largo circlo of society folks of sev eral places in Alabama. Tho brido is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reid, and she is a niece of Mrs. Joe McCaroy, of Walhalla. Thoro aro hosts of friends in Oconco of tho bride who will Join in extending best wishes to her, and to Mr. Lodbettor sincere congratulations .on winning tho hand and heart of tf?is fair young lady. .Mrs. Lodbettor, as Miss Reid, bas on several occasions visited rela tives in Oconoo, and she has a host of friends and acquaintances in this section. -Jan. 1st will soon be hero, and With ifc Will come stock-taking. Wo want you to como and tako ours homo with yoti before then. We will givo you mighty good inducements, guch as: Ginghams at 10, 12% and 15c; host grade yard-wido porcato I7%c.; ali lui. cotton fianna's Ile ,. all 17%c. cotton Hannels 13c. Ono lot drilling and sheeting, in short lengths, 35c. por lb. Wo have only 10 children's coats loft, from $2.95 up, and four, of misses' slzo, from $3.50 up; 22 ladies' sizes from $4.35 up. One lot hoys' pants 95c,:j ono lot boys' blue serge pants, $1.25. Suits for boys, 1, 5 and 6 years of ago, at SH.su. OHO lot mon's corduroy pants, ff you can find your size, tako them homo at $1.95. Soo our tables of close-out children's shoes at $1.4 5 and $.1.95, and others at ?52.25 and $2.75. Walk a block and save a dol lar. 'Maynes cuts tho price and sells thc goods."--adv. -On Nov. 24th Mrs. James Darby was hostess to tho Hayne Circlo. Tho subject for study was William Gil more Simms. Mrs. Henry Hughs gavo a sketch of his Ufo and Mrs. Hamil ton read his poem, "The Host Plei ads." A piano solo, played by Mrs. William Bell, was greatly enjoyed. Miss Allon, who was a guest of tho afternoon, was invited to spook to tho Circlo, choosing her own subject. Sho told in a very delightful manner of hor rocont visit to tho vlllngo of Oberammergau and of her Impres sions of ibo Passion Play. Aftor nd Journmont. during tho social hour, Mrs. Darby entertained hor guests with a musical contest, In tho draw for the prizes Mrs. Barr won first prize, a bowl of lovoly growing \ ley lilies. Tho consolation, a pretty bonbon dish, fell to Miss Daisy Strong. The hostess, assisted by Miafl Strother and Mrs. William Boll, served a delicious salad course, with Ice tea. Tho noxt mooting will bo with Mrs. Barr. - Wo will chnrgo $3.50 per halo for ginning this season, furnishing bagging and ties. Wo uso 2 and i m pound Jute bagging and wholo Hos. Juto bagging adds weight and makes a neat halo. Westminstor Oil and Fertilizer Co.-adv.-35-tf. -Mr. and Mrs. Harry It. Hughs spent last Kr i any in Anderson. -r-Tho many friands of Mrs. W. M. Alexander will be sorry to learn that ber condition remains unimproved, sho being still confined to ber bed. -Now is the timo to buy buy your Oliver plows. Get ready for the fall season. Buy the Genuino Oliver, i W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.--adv.-tf. -The Ladies' Aid Society of tho Walhalla Methodist church will moot Thursday afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. W. D. Moss. It is important thal every member bo prosont. -Wo are requested to announce Hint Hov. J. Fred Fowler will preach tit tlio Second Baptist church, Wal halla, on next Sundny, Doc. 10th, at ll o'clock. Tho public ls cordially invited to attond. -Now is tho time to buy stalk sutters and fight tho boll weevil. Buy tho kidd that cuts stalks. Wo have the kind wo guarantee. W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-49-tf. -Mrs. Fannie Brennecke and Miss Addie Tatham loft last weok for Toxas, whore they will bo for sovoral weeks visiting relatives In tho cities of Austin and Dallas. --High quality usually means high prico. Colo's Down-Draft ranges give /ow high quality at modorate prices. "Jobi hy Ballenger Hardware Co., of Seneca. Soo advertisement else where. / -For every one-dollar you spond with us you got a chance at tho beau tiful genuine Madame Hcndron Talk ing Doll, which is to bo given away l>y us to tho one holding tho lucky number on Christmas morning. At Hell's Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv.-tf - Mrs. L. W. Langston and chil iren loft last week for Conway, this Slate, to spend some timo with Mrs. Langston's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quattlebauin. They will probably remain in Conway until after the Christmas Holidays. -Tho annual congregational meet ing of St. John's Lutheran church Will l?c held next Sunday, Doc. 10th. Tho election of officers and other im portant business will be transacted. \11 members of thc Lutheran church ire urged to be present if possible. - Mr. and Mrs. H. T. McClure, of Clemson College, and Mr. and Mrs. ?V. TO. Hake, of Ninety-Six, spent the Thanksgiving holidays In Walhalla nrith Mrs. McClure's and Mrs. Lake's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Busch, md aunt. Miss J. Baumgartel. -Wo invito you to our store to ittend tho Christmas opening, begin ning Nov. 16th. We have tho most beautiful lino of gifts and Christmas ;oods on display in Walhalla, and die prices are right. Bell's Drug Store.-adv.-tf. -Harry L. Fayonsky, of the Peo Mo's Department Storo, spout the Thanksgiving holiday in Atlanta at ending tho Auburn-Georgia Tech football gamo and tho dinner given >y the Alpha Epsilon PI fraternity fit ho Ansley Hotel. -Mr. and Mrs. W. O. White spout ho past week-end with their daugh ter, Mrs. H. W. Gnsque, at Laurens. They went down to bo with thoir Ittlo grandson, Master Herbert, Jr., .vho has boen quite ill with bronchi tis. Tho many friends of tho little follow will bo glad to know that he is /cry much Improved. -To Rout-Nico ofilco rooms in mino building In which Bell Tele ihone Co. has Its office, on Main St. Lan rent you singlo office or suit of 'ooma. See mo al once if interested. Very desirable location. W. M. Drown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-tf. Walhalla Water Analyzes Well. Tho State Hoard of Health has fin shod a second analysis of tho water furnished by the now water system if Walhalla and linds il perfect, and Advises that it can bo used for drink ng purposos with absolute safety. This second analysis was occasion ed by an adverso report when tho iva tor was first turned Into tho mains from tho mountains, when a slight trace of somo foreign matter was rc lorted. It is presumed that this first [hiding was due to some foreign mat tor getting Into tho mains as they .vere put down. There was nothing found on which to base an adverse report, even at tho first, hut tho State ward advised the local people that t would he hotter not to uso tho wa ter for drinking purposes until a bet tor opportunity presented itself for innlysis. Tho latest report -simply itatcs: "Bacterial contamination is legliglblo; quality of water good." Illackburil Gets Rhodes Scholarship. (Greenville News. Dec. 1.) W. M. Blackburn, member of thc .'orman University class of 1021, md named in a Swarthmore, Pa., lews dispatch last night ns having ust won a Rhodes scholarship ap >olntmetit to Oxford University, is a ion of Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Black lurn, Baptist minister of this elly. Voting Blackburn is but 24 yoars of ige. and is now leaching at Carnegie Instituto of Technology, Pittsburgh. While in his senior year at Furman io won a scholarship to Yalo Univor dty and spent the 1921-22 scholastic rear in study there, going to Carne fio Tech this year. The son of a missionary and Bap 1st. minister, Mr. Blackburn was born n Persia ?u 1S99, whoro at that. Hmo Hs parents were missionaries. Ro aming to tho States in lator years io attended public school at different mints In North and South Carolina, iio entered Furman University in 19 10 and recoived his Bachelors de iieo in 1921. T. If, c. Wilthorn Dead. (Charleston Nows and Courier.) J. H, C. Wulbem died suddenly 'riday afternoon, being stricken ns ie was walking through, tho market >n his way to his ofilco on East Bay, if tor dinner. His death was a great hock to all who know him. Mr. Wul >ern was horn In Chnrloston May 11, 80S. For ninny yoars ho was activo md promlnont in tho business Ufo >f-Charleston, hoing president ot tho Vulhern Wholesale Grocory Com inny and of tho Wulhorn Fortilizor Corporation. THE MAN who docs not bcliovc in Hanks soon acquires a rcp utatJon tor his peculiarity. SNEAK THIEVES watch to seo whore lie hides his hooard, and make away with it at tho first opportunity. A bolder brand of thieves tour tho country hunting for persons who clo not boliovo in Hanks. They do not wait to spy out tho hiding placo of these hoards; they torturo tho unfortunates until they got tho hidden money.. . PUT YOyit MONEY IN THIS HANK. It will bo safo here, and you will bo safe, too. / The Enterprise Bankt Walhalla, S. C. - i munn ? i ? 11 - ? 1 II.MBWI ????nrwiimiiniB-mi 1888 -=--E- 1922 Special for Christmas WARDROBE TRUNKS, TRUNKS, VALISES, HAND BAGS, TOWELS, COUNTERPANES, LINEN DAMASK, HANDKERCHIEFS, AUTO MOBILE LAP ROBES, WOOL BLANKETS, NECKWEAR, STETSON HATS, KID GLOVES, Etc. C. W. PITCHFORD, WALHALLA, S. C. What One Gallon of Kerosene in a "Z" Engine Will Do for You Do you realize how much work the "Z" engine will do at the low coat of one gallon of kerosene ? It will pump 10,000 gallons of water for your stock, for your home, for fire protection. It will light 10 20-watt, 16 candle power lamps for 15 hours from your light plant? It will grind 40 bushels of feed to fatten your stock. It will saw over S cords of wood for you. It will run your churn-cream separator-milking machine. It will operate your family washing machine-your grind stone, corn sheller, clover huller, shredder, hay baler and other machines about the farm. Over 300,000 "Z" engines have been bought by farmers every where. They saved labor got more work done. The many big advantages of the "Z" were convincingly demonstrated to these farmers before they bought. , Note these features at the left and then you, too, come in and see the "Z." 1J^H.P.....$ 67.00 3 H.P..... 115.00 6 H.P..... 187.00 AU f. o. b. faotory ; add freight to a . ?ti nullor* Ballenger Hardware Co. , Seneca, S. C, Amorican weeds might produco yoar if it woro commercially proilta throo ' million pounds of rubbor a bio to exploit thom. Let us tell you about thete many big advantages : 1- Economically usen Vero? eene as well as gasoline. 2- -Hlcrh tension magneto eliminates batteries and battery troubles - gives hot spark, quick starting. 8--Throttling governor as sures steady speed and closo speed regulation. 4- Suction fuel feod - no pump - slroplo and posi tive. 5- Convenient speed con troller gives chango ot speed whllo onglno ls running. 6- Renewable die-cast bear ings. 8-Automntlo In operation, requiring but little at tendance-easily started.