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'''Joe Klein''', the son-in-law of the music publisher, Julius Witmark, was [[Okito]]'s business partner in the [[Bamberg Magic and Novelty Company]]. <ref>[[Okito on Magic]] by [[Robert Parrish]] & Theodore Bamberg (1952) </ref>
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Klein took care of the advertising and publicity matters connected with the magic store which Okito opened at Broadway and 28th Street.
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Joe had chronic indigestion and always kept a little cardboard pillbox full of small white tablets on his desk. In 1909, While playing around with these pillboxes, Okito came up with the [[Okito Coin Box]].
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After a year or two they dissolved partnership.
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