Q: Possible Carb issue or other?

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I recently got my truck back from my mechanic who i trust completely. I noticed that it still has some issues that i cant figure out, its got a sluggish response time when i gas it, it cant stay up to speed without spuddering, ive also noticed that Ive got GAS in the oil. (yes it is gas) Should i rebuild my carb, and get the valves done or should i just by a new carb and get the valves done. Also low compression in cylinders one and four.

My car has 147000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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