Cities between Boston and St. Louis will for the next ten weeks be visited by the first "flying cigar store," unless it, the much-traveled Sikorsky biplane S-29,* specially tricked out and loaded by the United Cigar Stores Co., has further misfortune. Last week, trying to start its tour from Curtiss Field, L. I., it bowled into a smaller ship obscured by dust on the field, delaying its departure four days. On board were eight persons including skipper and wife, salesmen, mechanics.

*This ship is said to have covered more than 500,000 miles carrying...

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