|The Plattsburgh Press, 2 July 1914, p. 3|
By 1923, Hoontes had apparently changed his business pursuits.
|Plattsburgh Daily Press, 22 August 1923, p. 8|
Of course, how big a clue any one item is depends upon other known information. This notice indicates that Hoontes was living when the notice was submitted to the paper (probably shortly before it was published) and that he probably was living in the area.