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

1910--Concluded.

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

114.0
114.0
114.0
111.0
111.0
111.0
111.0
111.0
107.9
107.9
107.9
107.9

139.6
140.8
140.8
139.3
139.3
139.3
128.8
128.8
129.7
130.1
130.1
130.1

115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8
115.8

140.7
140.7
140.7
140.7
140.7
136.3
132.5
132.5
132.5
132.5
132.5
133.4

130.0
130.0
128.7
127.5
123.6
123.6
123.6
120.1
118.8
118.8
118.8
120.3

189.4
176.1
152.1
158.8
168.1
168.1
153.5
160.1
165.4
170.8
162.8
154.7

130.8
130.8
128.9
128.3
127.0
127.0
125.0
123.8
122.2
120.8
119.4
119.4

129.5
128. 8
128.8
128. 8
127.5
126.9
126.9
125.4
124.8
124.8
124.1
123.4

157.1
153.8
153.8
153.8
148.3
148.3
142.8
142.8
142.8
142.8
142.8
142.8

127.4 127.4 127.4 127.4 126.2 126.2 119.9 117.2 117.2 110.5 109.7 109.7

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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TABLE 1.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.
FARM PRODUCTS-Continued.

HIDES: Green, salted, packer's, heavy native steers. (Price per pound, in Chicago, on the first of each month; quotations from the Shoe and Leather Reporter. ]

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HOGS: Heavy. [Price per 100 pounds, in Chicago, on Monday of each week; quotations from the Farmers' and Drovers'

Journal.]

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$8.40-$8.70 8. 20- 8.CO 8.35- 8.85 8.35 8.75 7. 70- 8.35 7.90- 8. 40 7.70- 7.90 7.10- 7.25 7.05- 7.25

7.40- 7.55 7.90- 8.05 7.60- 7.75 7. 80- 7.95

$8.9428

HOGS: Light. [Price per 100 pounds, in Chicago, on Monday of each week; quotations from the Farmers' and Drovers'

Journal.]

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HOPS: New York State, prime to choice. (Price per pound, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the New York Journal of Com

merce and Commercial Bulletin.]

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Table 1.—WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.
FARM PRODUCTS—Continued.

HORSES: Draft, good to choice. [Price per head, in Chicago, on Wednesday of each week; quotations from the Farmers' and Drovers'

Journal.]

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MULES: 16 hands high, medium to extra. (Price per head, in East St. Louis, on Monday of each week; quotations from the Daily National Live Stock

Reporter.)

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OATS: Contract grades, cash. (Price per bushel, in Chicago, on Tuesday of each week; quotations surnished by the secretary of the Chicago

Board of Trade.]

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