Prairie Farmer Pub. Co. v. Indiana Farmer's Guide Co.,
299 U.S. 156 (1936)

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Prairie Farmer Pub. Co. v. Indiana Farmer's Guide Co., 299 U.S. 156 (1936)

Prairie Farmer Publishing Co. v. Indiana Farmer's Guide Publishing Co.

No. 104

Argued November 18, 1936

Decided December 7, 1936

299 U.S. 156


Upon the former hearing of this case, 293 U. S. 293 U.S. 268, this Court, while deciding that a restraint or monopoly of a business may violate the Sherman Anti-Trust Act although confined to that part of it which is carried on in a particular section of the country, intimated no opinion as to whether the evidence in the case, upon the issues of restraint or monopoly and of injury to petitioner, was sufficient to go to the jury. P. 299 U. S. 158.

82 F.2d 704 reversed.

Certiorari to review the affirmance of a Judgment for the plaintiff (respondent here) in an action for triple damages under the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.

Page 299 U. S. 157

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