* Cynthiana Democrat, May 4, 1922 - “Wilson Cox, one of the proprietors of the Ideal Electric Service, Walnut Street, expects to install a radio receiving outfit at his place of business today and have it in operation and ready for the public by the first of next week. It is Cox’s purpose to give concerts nightly or rather listen in on concerts from Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Jersey City or wherever fancy or program invites. Cox will have the distinction of installing the first station here.
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