Wayne Judge of Garwin brought his 1917 one and a half horse power Stover engine. He purchased it from a private person in Texas. Wayne quipped, 'He had too many engines and now I have the same thing'. The 76 year young Judge has about 15 engines. He said most of them were used on pump jacks and small grinders. Some even had attachments that they could be hooked up to run a butter churn or a cream separator. He pointed out that what this photographer thought was a sediment bulb was actually there to drip oil into the pistons and rings so they do not seize up.