Konews lier Youth. Mrs. Pha'be Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa, tol Is the following remarkable story, the trutli of wliicb is voiiched forby the resident! of the town: " I ain 73yenrs olil, haye boen troubled w!th kiilney coni[ilaint and lameness for many ycurs; could not ilress mj'self without help. Nou I ani l'rt'c trom all pain nul soreness, nul uu able to do mv own housewoik. 1 owe my thanks to Electric llitters for Iiavinj; rciu'wt'il my youlh, and removed ooniplotely all dtteaae and pain. Try a tottle, ouly Me. at Klierbacli .V Sou 't Di iijr store. "Whcn I was a young man," said the oil-headed citizen, "i wanted to be a fexns cowboy. I ROtapoeitlon on aranch iitcr cerrespondence with the owuer, and vent, t'ull of eiitliiisiasiii, to begin my wild Ife upon the pial na. VVhen I met my eniiloyer my hopea were bllghted. He took i look it me :md suid: 'You au; a strongookinr young fellow, Iiut yo won't do,' riien, laoklng :it mv Iliminr topkiiot, coninucd, 'No, you won't do. Kvery buil ii the berd would start for you the mlnilc you went into the eorral, :md if you vcrcii'l gofel) to deal li llnrc uould be no SM lli.ili il ttiOOUUld dolhirs' woi'th of cat]( killed in the scriinmae.' "- IiOulsville JO8t. A l'i uk and Kei.iahlh Mkiucine - A coinpoiind Huid exlr.ictof ro ts, leavps, in k-i and berries is ISiinlock Ulood Hiter.u. They cure all dis 'ases of the blood, ver and klduey?.