Yellow and white label with black print, or white label with blue print. Known range 500 through 525. The radically different label styles suggest this may have been a bi-coastal operation. Two sides with JJ-prefixed control numbers were also issued on the Kicks label. JJ-4 is a retitled side by Tommy Doyle and his Rhythm Toppers, produced by Eli Oberstein. The CMR prefix added to the catalog number in the runout of most Stag issues seems to refer to the Columbia Music Store at 158 Taylor St., San Francisco, owned by Syd Heller. There is at least some original material in the catalog, the Big Vernon sides by Big Joe Turner being the most sought-after. 504 is a Yiddish cover of the Barton Brothers’ “Cockeyed Jenny.” Heller was also involved with the post-war New Bourbon Records.