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Kellam, who succeeded Hall as president. For instance, the board of directors decided that non-member customers should pay 35 cents per box of fruit, and that the packages would be shipped under another brand name. In September , the company later charged 40 cents per box of fruit.
This change in price followed the cold weather spell in Riverside in early , as indicated by the company minutes from January of that year. The price changed again in September , when the directors decided to charge a flat rate of 45 cents per box, using the additional funds to pay off their outstanding loans. Though the company received many authorizations to borrow money from First National Bank, other notations in the minutes indicate that there were problems with funding. In September , the directors motioned to cancel stock certificates that had not been claimed by their holders holders who were no longer in the citrus business.
In January , the directors also made the decision not to pay a city tax.
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In January , the directors decided to discontinue lights, power, telephone service, and insurance policies, with a few exceptions. The company also faced problems with their stock. In November , they sold 1, shares for a dollar each, but they had no authority from the state to do so. In , they attempted to obtain authorization to sell more stock and ratify the previous shares in order to make necessary repairs and pay off debts.
In , Kellam resigned as president, with McDermont succeeding him.
Russell departed in , with McDermont and Wall purchasing his shares. By , the remaining directors of the company decided to sell the company's two lots in Casa Blanca.
Sierra Madre Fruit Co. Edgar T. Wall and Arthur McDermont continued to be involved in the citrus business in Riverside. Following a joint venture in the late 's as McDermont and Wall at Vine, the men ran their own growing, packing, and shipping businesses into the 's.