The indexing of the census was done during the depression. Not all states, and not all years, were indexed(Obviously, no state was indexed after the depression). You will have to go thru the actual census rolls, page by page, for you to find it yourself. This is not so hard if you know where your relatives lived. That way, you only have to go thru the rolls for the township where they lived. It is not that hard to do, you should be able to find what you want in a few hours.
1910: Address; name of person whose place of abode on April 15, 1910 was in the family; relationship to head of family; sex; color or race; age last birthday; marital status (single, widowed, married, divorced); number of years of present marriage; for women, number of children born and number now living; birthplace of person and parents; if foreign born, year of immigration, whether naturalized, and whether able to speak English, or if not, language spoken; occupation, industry, and class of worker (employer, employee or self-employed); if an employee, whether out of work during year; literacy; school attendance; home owned or rented; if owned whether free or mortgaged; whether farm or house; whether a survivor of Union or Confederate Army or Navy; whether blind in both eyes or deaf and dumb. Soundex available only for the following 21 states: AL, AR, CA, FL, GA, IL, KS, KY, LA, MI, MS, MO, NC, OH, OK, PA, SC, TN, TX, VA, WV. Washington and Wisconsin were never indexed.