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THE FRANKSTON CITIZEN

"Serving the Frankston Area Community Since 1910"


142 West Main Street

P.O. Box 188

Frankston, TX. 75763-0188

Phone (903) 876-2218


        Email: news@frankstoncitizen.com

                    sales@frankstoncitizen.com


FAX: (903) 876-4974

(Publicity releases preferred by Email)

Web Page: http://www.frankstoncitizen.com


        PERSONNEL

                   Jay Graham, Editor

                   Kathryn Graham, Accounting

                   J. Tom Graham, Advertising, Consulting 


        NATIONAL AND REGIONAL

        ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES

                American Newspaper Representatives

                1700 West Big Beaver Road, Suite 340

                Troy, MI 48084-3543


                Texas Press Service, Inc.

                718 W. Fifth St.

                Austin, TX 78701-2799

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

Classified reader ads, legal ads and cards of thanks will be published for 25 cents per word (minimum $5.00, if paid in advance, $6.00 if billing required). Blind ads in which a Citizen box is used will be charged an additional $5 per order plus postage if replies are to be mailed. Cash with order preferred. DEADLINE: 5 p.m. Monday prior to publication.

New business customers must establish credit and provide business references by mail on a business letterhead. New individual customers must submit cash(not by mail), check or money order with order or any time prior to publication until accepted as a credit customer. The Citizen reserves the right to reject, edit or cancel at any time any material submitted for publication.

 

CIRCULATION

The Frankston Citizen, Published Weekly on Thursdays, except second week in July and last week in December. Some 85% of households in immediate Frankston area read The Citizen in an average week.

MARKET AND TRADE AREA

The greater Frankston area, with a population in excess of 5,000, is located in the heart of East Texas forest trails, equidistant from Tyler, Jacksonville, Athens and Palestine. It borders four counties. The economy is based primarily on recreational income derived from Lake Palestine as well as income from retired persons, livestock and hay production, forest products, oil and gas and jobs, including state correctional facilities, in the nearby larger cities. Local income sources are schools, Frankston Paper Box factory and retail and service businesses. International Paper Co. operates a pine seedling farm east of Lake Palestine and numerous large ranches dot the area. Residents are served by doctors and health care facilities in the area and in medical centers in the nearby larger cities, principally Tyler. They shop for merchandise and services not available locally in these cities and attend colleges and universities there. Also they visit these cities for movies and other entertainment, cultural and sports events. Climate is temperate with average annual rainfall of 40 inches.


A Rate Schedule will be furnished to Potential Advertisers on Request.

Just Fax us Your Request on a Business Letterhead.

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