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Innovative Wide-Area Shopping and Feature News This Leader is published the week of March 15, 2010, as part of the Jewell County Record, Hebron Journa!-Register, Clay County News, Nebraska Signal, Blue Hill Leader and The Superior Express. The next Leader will be published the week of April 5. Saline Jefferson More Than 30,000 Readers Probe to know when to plant vegetables use a soil thermometer to find out when it's time to plant," said Ward Upham, who coordinates the Mas- ter Gardener program for K-State Research and Extension. Soil temperature is more reli- able than folklore, outdoor tempera- ture, the date, or store displays, he said. Soil thermometers can look a lot like meat thermometers, with a round dial on top and metal probe on bottom. But, meat thermometers must read cooking temperatures into the hundreds of degrees. Soil ther- Growing vegetables is the hot- test trend right now in home gar- dens- which means many garden- ers are trying something new (for them). A Kansas State University horti- culturist suspects lots of them don't know yet about a tool that can make a big difference in their food-grow- ing success. Depending on features, it can cost under $ ! 0 or more than $75. "Garden soil that's too cool can rot seeds. At most, transplants just sit there. So, experienced gardeners mometers, in contrast, must mea- sure temperatures that are below freezing, as well as above 100 F. "You're not going to make a mistake in a garden store. At a hard- ware store with more than one type of thermometer, though, you'll need to read packaging and examine di- als' temperature range," Upham said. Among the early spring veg- etables, various types of peas will germinate and grow well at a soil temperature of 40 F, which in Kan- sas can arrive in March. Lettuce, parsnips and spinach can sprout in 35-degree soils, but prefer at least 45 F for best germination and growth. Radishes also do weqi at 45 F. Tomatoes, sweet corn, beans and many other warm-season crops pre- fer at least 55 F for planting -- seeds or transplants. Peppers, cu- cumbers, melons and sweet pota- toes need even warmer soil, about 60 F. "Each day's changing air tem- peratures do affect the soil, causing the lowest readings just after dawn and warmest in mid-afternoon. So, you need to take the soil's tempera- ture 2.5 inches deep at 10 to 11 a.m.," Upham said. "You plant af- ter you get a consistent reading in the correct range for four to five days in a row -- also making sure, of course, that a cold snap isn't in your local weather forecast." That Alabama Cooperative Ex- tension System has a related tool available at no cost on the Web. The soil temperature-vegetable planting guide is at www.aces.edu/pubs/ docs/A/ANR- 106 i/ANR- 106 l.pdf. What I know for sure, lng ;o By Dorothy Rosby ever asks me what ! know for sure. your four-drawer file cabinet at the toilet seat should be up or down just 1 know what you're thinking: With a title like that. this column will be merci- fully short, and you may be right, i was in- spired to write it by nay hero. Most likely 1 will stutter and stumble, and she will think, "Hmmmm. Ap- parently, not much." But I do know a few things for sure, though maybe nothing worthy of an Oprah interview. Maybe not enough to fill a column either, but never fear; if I run out before ! get to from fall" t fortune cookies like the rest of us do. 1 know that permanent markers really are. I know that the reason you should take care of yourself is not so you can live a long life. You should take care of yourself in case you do. I know that the more expensive same time. I know that sometimes "for ma- ture audiences," really means "for immature adults." I know that if all the star-crossed lovers separated by war or disaster in the movies were reunited, they'd soon be fighting over whether the the hotel; the more pillows there will be on the beds. I know you should always make a list of what you need at the grocery store. And I know for sure you should always remember to bring it with you. ! know for sure that even if no Continued to page 2 Oprah, who at the end of her magazine in- terviews, al- ways asks, know for sure?" Her interviewees regularly give intelli- gent. profound answers, and I can't help but wonder how I would an- swer in the unlikely event that Oprah the end, I'll finish up with my family history or a list of my deeply held politically beliefs, which I'm sure you'll find fascinating. What I know for sure: you ever reach out to grab something in order to keep yourself from falling, you should always grab something that doesn't move. I know for sure that you should never pull out all the file drawers in ii :: . !!ii LS..g.YiSi OF UTi0i Cowles, Neb. Cowles is located six miles north of Red Cloud, Neb. on Hwy. 281 and four miles east. Saturday, March 20 10 a.m. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES FROM WEBSTER COUNTY Vehicles 1996 Ford Crown Victoria. 4-door sedan, white-from sheriffs department. 1976 Dodge 1 1/4-ton pickup, Model VV200P4W250. SN W24BE6S013752 1970 Ford 10-yard dump truck Model U8OTC SN U80CBH56010 1968 Chevrolet 5-yard dump trucR. Model CE6. SN CE638J13359 Plastic liner 1o 1989 Ford short box Lumber (9) Poles. mixed lengths. 10 to 38-ft, k3g (6} StralOers, 16-in.x 6-k3.x 30-fL (4) Stringers, 16-io,x 7 l/2-in.x 30-to. (8) Smngers. 16-in.x 8Jn.x 30-11. (4) Stringers, 12-m.x 12-in.x 36-ft. Other assorted planks a.l stringen5 Mimcellaneous Hobart 15KW. 6-cytinder Ch!n/sler generator on wheels. SN 25J1064 19 rls of snow fence Hewlelt Packarl 750 all in  printer OTHERS' VEHICLES 1998 3/4-ton. 5-sp. FOKI fiat bed 1991 GMC 3/4qon. 4x4 aLtiomatlC 1989 Jeef Cherokee. 4-cylinder automatic 1989 Focd ll2-ton. 4x4. 300 manual 1987 Chevrolet pk:kup. 4WD. diesel, automatic 1984 Mazda pickup with extra part. runs 9ood 1979 Dodge D-50 wth Toyota engine & transmission 1968 F(xd C600 D. 18-ft. box & hoist, tuns good Si.e axle titt-bed trailer, 5-ft. x 10-ft. BOATS 1985 7O-hp Johnson motor E trotting motor 1982 Ebbtide. 15-ft. fiberglass 1978 Monarch triull bass boat 75-hp Johnson motor TERI: Cash Or good chick day Of auction. Merchandise at bidder's risk altsf aucboned oil. NothVag removal urdti Nttll lot. tilers and staff not silde or accidents, All itsms ull as IS. -An IHC single row. rawn. corn planter- (Only one OWner - Never been used. A rare find!} Ant:que Saw Antk:lue dressers Antique mrrors Anlique four-drawer chest Miscellaneous collectibles TRACTORS and FARM-RELATED MACHINERY& EQUIPMENT John Deel 401 induslat tractrx wlth box blade Krause 6321 k&ndstar field cultivator. 21-ft.. boughl new in 2001 I1- sloe  take 33-11. N(YCkl  6-row 30-in, Hker coitw'alOr Jolm Deere slde D ake 791 New HoNnd fi40 manure spreader Bush Hog 5-It. 3-pt. stalk shredder LIVESTOCK (3) 10-1. cattle feed bunks Pov.er River calf tab Shee o small calf seS heedgae HOUSEHOLD Oil:erie set Old dressers and ct:irs Cloth couch Coffee table Mahogany buffet from Germany RCA 19-in. TV Console slereo AM-FM ono Kitchen dinette set Escape ladder Electric cockstove Crosley mtcrowave An entire 'aler load of household items, yard erluipment and misISeOUS Other misclleeos tems TOOLS, YARD EQUIPMENT & MISCELLANEOUS Snapoer s,-w ower - good Poulan chain saw 20-in., runs good 5-gel. ar t:xnpressor Sawzail BOcSh * good Army items Olson band saw. cuts steel real good Poaian weed eater, runs goo(I John Deere riding r. 42n. with bagger runs Fence posts One U'ailer of miscellaneous items Orany mre Jorms not yet consigned WILL BE ACCEPTING CONStGNMENTS UP TO DAY OF SALE Cowles American Legion Auctioneer: Dale Berns .- Clerking by Cowles Legion Dave Mohlman, 402-746-2708 :.iii::::::i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ........ !::::::::::':"." ..................   ,--::":'.::'; .................. :::" ':t- ::::':: ...................... :"":::::%:::::: 'i:''::: " ' Located on east edge of Superior, Neb., is now being held on Wednesday, March 24, 2010 10 a.m. For previous auction listings or ORIGINAL sale bill, checkout our web site: www.montgomeryauction.com or call auctioneers. The following is a list of LATE CONSIGNMENTS NOT PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED: 1992 Ford LTL 9000 semi tractor, day cab, Cummins motor, 13-spd., good rubber 1974 GMC Astro 95 cabover truck, steenng axle, Detroit motor, 13-spd, 21-ft. LCL Au/aluminum box, cargo doors, excellent rubber, extra nice 1977 IHC 986 diesel tractor, cab, air, 3-pt. 1977 IHC 1460 diesel combine IHC 22 1/2-ft. platform IHC 820 platform Krause 3900 22-ft. field cultivator with harrow IHC 480 tandem disc John Deem 7100 6-30 planter John Deem 700 grinder-mixer John Deem RN 6-30 cultivator Sunflower V-blade set up for NH3 John Deem 7300 6-30 vacuum planter with ridge-till setup (2) John Deem 653 mw mw crop heads John Deem 222 platform with finger reel 10 mw strip till folding fertilizer applicator Crust buster 30-ft. folding double disc drill, shedded Silage unloader conveyor John Deem 4-bottom plow Winkel portable loading chute, like new Calf table, like new 12-in. booster pump with 3 hp electric motor Berkley booster pump on cart Yamaha 4-wheeler, 2 WD 2,4-6-in. aluminum irrigation pipe 1989 Ford F250 4x4 pickup, Hardy, Neb., fire district 1990 Chevrolet 3/4-ton pickup cab/chassis 20 Chemical totes 40 Bags of soybeans MANY MORE ITEMS COMING IN DAILY! Watch web site for latest updates. Check-in personnel and loaders available March 20-23 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Roy Montgomery Auctioneer, Real Estate Broker Home-(402)257-2335 Sale conducted by: / " Mobile - (402) 746-3823 [ O  Fax-(402)257-2345 Website: www.montgomeryauction.com 00ON'I'00O30000,kER,Y E-mail: info@montgomeryauction.com Assisting Auctioneer: IIr]ll: - / [ O l  !'- -- ----ql --''1 il IL "1]1 Andy Montgomery. 402-879-3004 MONTUK)MERY, BROKER GUIDE ROCK. NE.,  ' '.' '.' *. . .