jE Tvvo promineut Dexter nien 1 ave entered icto a bitter legal fight. % 'ibey are Samuel L. Jenny and Edwin Croarkin, and, as eaeb are determined to win, it Jlooks as if the chances are pretty good for their landing iu tbe supieme conrt before the matter is flnally settled. The claims of Mr. Jenny are tfaat Croarkin rented a store of him iu Dexter fcr threu years with the privilege of five years. The three years expired in March, but Mr. Croarkin held over until October and tnen moved to tbis city. The store remained idle from October till Sept. 15 following, and he wants the rent for the time it remained vacant. This amonute to$]63. Tbe claims of Mr. Croarkin are that Mr. Jenny promised to snrrender the lease. Bandall & Jones represent Mr. Croarkin. "It looks as if yon would at least carry it to tbe circuit court," suggested the reporter. "I don'tthmk we will have to," said lie. "As we espect to win, but they have employed Honey, of Dexter, and Sawyer, of tbis city. and that looks like the supreme court" The trial was set for Monday iu .Tustice Doty's court but was adjourned.