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RELATIVE PRICES OF CERTAIN GROUPS OF RELATED ARTICLES, 1890 TO DECEMBER,

1910-Continued.

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1890. 1891. 1892. 1893. 1894. 1895. 1896. 1897 1898. 1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 1904. 1905. 1906. 1907. 1908. 1909 1910..

1910. Jan. Feb. Mar.. Apr. May. June July. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec..

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Year.

or month.

Cotton: Bags:
upland, 2-bushel,

Cotton
yarns.

Drill-
ings.

Ginghams.

Ho siery.

mid- Amos-
dling. keag.

Calico.

Cotton Cotton flannels.! thread.

Denims.

1890.. 1891 1892. 1893. 1894. 1895. 1896. 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902. 1903. 1904. 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909. 1910...

1910.
Jan.
Feb...
Mar..
Apr.
May.
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec..

142.9
110.8

99. 0
107.2
90. 2
94. 0
102.0
92. 2
76. 9
84. 7
123. 8
111.1
115. 1
144. 7
155. 9
123. 1
142.0
153.0
134. 8
156. O
194.8

113.9
111. 7
110.8
106.8
91.1
82. 2
91.6
92. 9
95. 6
103. 4
112.6
101 0
102.4
104. 2
128. 4
109. 6
129. 1
138.5
134. 3
134. 6
146.0

117.5
104.0
117.5
113. 0
99.5
94. 9
94. 9
90. 4
81.4
87. 3
94. 9
90.4
90. 4
91.1
95. 7
93. 5
99.5
121. 0
104. 3

97.1
106.8

121.8
121.8
115.9
101. 4
95. 7
91. 7
93. 9
88. 6
81.0
88.0
101.6
95. 4
96.1
106.8
125. 6
119.7
128. 2
139. 5
119. 2
108. 4
128. 9

101.6
100.7
100. 7
100. 7
100. 7
100.7
99. 6
98. 4
98. 4
98. 4
120. 1
120. 1
120.1
120. 1
120. 1
120. 1
120.1
134. 8
131. 7
126.4
126. 4

111. 7
112.8
117. 0
110.5
93.0
92. 1
93. O
90.6
90. 8
88.5
115.5
98. 3
94. 0
112.9
119.5
105. 7
120.8
133. 9
108.8
118.6
133. 4

112.5
109.6
109.6
112.5
105. 4
94.6
94. 6
89. 2
85. 9
85. 8
102.8
100.2
100. 6
108. O
116.6
103. 7
118. 1
132. 3
111. 1
119.9
138. 9

121.1
114. 6
102. 2
105. 6
97.1
93. 2
100. 2
90. 4
86. 8
88. 5
105 0
102. 2
102.0
109. 9
126. 7
123. 8
138.8
147. 2
130.6
139.7
154. 2

119.1
122. 1
122. 1
114.9
89.5
87. 0
88.0
84. 2
83. 1
89. 7
96. 3
92.3
99. 2
101.8
99.9
93. 4
104. 7
122.0
101.5
107.2
123. 2

129.7 122.8 117. 4 109.4 100.8 94. 4 90. 5 86. 7 83. 4 82. 5 87.3 85.9 85. 2 90. 1 S9. 2 87.5 89. 7 97. 4 89.5 92. 3 93.1

191.3
189. 4
193.8
194. 1
199.9
1989
200.8
214.6
178. 6
186.5
190. 7
193.7

139.4
143.0
143.0
143.0
150. 1
150. 1
150. 1
146.5
146.5
146. 5
146.5
146. 5

105. 1
105. 1
114. 6
114. 6
105. 1
105. 1
105. 1
105. 1
105. 1
105. 1
105. 1
105. 1

128.9
128. 9
128 9
128.9
128 9
128 9
128. 9
128. 9
128. 9
128. 9
128. 9
128. 9

126.4
126. 4
126. 4
126. 4
126. 4
126. 4
126.4
126. 4
126. 4
126. 4
126. 4
126. 4

139.1
136.2
131. 9
131. 3
132. 6
128. 9
127. 4
132. 1
131.3
134.9
136.2
139. 1

143. 7
143. 7
143. 7
143. 7
134. 1
134 1
134. 1
134. 1
138. 9
138. 9
138. 9
138. 9

151. 4
151. 4
151. 4
152. 1
152. 1
156.0
156.0
156.0
156.0
156.0
156.0
156. 0

124 5
124. 5
124. 5
124. 5
124. 5
122.3
122.3
122.3
122.3
122.3
122.3
122.3

93. 4 93. 4 93. 4 94. 7 94. 7 90.9 90.9 90.9 92.8 94. 7 93. 8 93. 8

1 Average for 1893–1899= 100.0.

RELATIVE PRICES OF CERTAIN GROUPS OF RELATED ARTICLES, 1890 TO DECEMBER,

1910–Continued.

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RELATIVE PRICES OF CERTAIN GROUPS OF RELATED ARTICLES, 1890 TO DECEMBER,

1910-Concluded.

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TABLE I.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910.
(For explanation and discussion of this table, see pages 334 to 346.)

FARM PRODUCTS.

BARLEY: Choice to fancy malting, by sample. (Price per bushel, in Chicago, weekly range; quotations furnished by the Secretary of the Chicago Board of

Trade.)

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(Price per 100 pounds, in Chicago, on Monday of each week; quotations from the Farmers' and Drovers'

Journal.)

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* (Price per 100 pounds, in Chicago, on Monday of each week; quotations from the Farmers' and Drovers,

Journal.)

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TABLE I.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.
FARM PRODUCTS-Continued.

CORN: Contract grades, cash. [Price per bushel, in Chicago, on Tuesday of each week; quotations furnished by the secretary of the Chicago

Board of Trade.)

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COTTON: Upland, middling. (Price per pound, in New York, on Tuesday of each week; quotations from the New York Journal of Com

merce and Commercial Bulletin.]

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FLAXSEED: No. 1 and No. I Northwestern, cash. [Price per bushel, in Chicago, on the first of each month; quotations furnished by the secretary of the Chicago

Board of Trade.)

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HAY: Timothy, No. 1, [Price per ton, in Chicago, on Tuesday of each week; quotations from the Daily Inter-Ocean.]

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