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Sed- en val or peniten- day if a exceeding the by of by of ten it the the its committed the assault are under arrest. ARE FLOCKING TO SIMM TOWNS Harrisburgers Building at Enola, New Cumberland , and Other Towns MANY IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED Wormleysburg Is in the Midst of Its Greatest Building Boom The announcement made yesterday by the Valley Traction Company that it will improve its track arrangements at the opposite end of the People's bridge, and follow the changes with more frequent service to Enola, Wormleysburg Wormleysburg and Camp Hill, is the result of a great building boom which has seized all the cross-river cross-river cross-river towns. Scores of homes, most of them for Harrisburgers, are in the course of erection erection or are planned; a fifty-thousand-dollar fifty-thousand-dollar fifty-thousand-dollar fifty-thousand-dollar fifty-thousand-dollar church will be begun in one of the towns in the near future, and granolithic granolithic walks, macadamized roads, and a water system are proposed for another. another. Flocking To Wormleysburg. Wormleysburg, which because of its proximity .and accessibility to Harris-burg, Harris-burg, Harris-burg, is getting a large share of the homes being built out of-town of-town of-town by Harrisburgers. Harrisburgers. At present it is enjoying the greatest building boom in its history; history; J. C. Hippie, of Wormleysburg, a dealer in river sand and coal, is building building a large stable and warehouse at Ferry street and River avenue. He has property seventy-five seventy-five seventy-five feet by 150 feet, on which he also will build two houses. List of the Builders. Edward F. Baum, of this city, School Director from the Ninth ward, is erecting erecting a residence on Front street. It stands on a plot 75 by 100 feet, and when finished will be one of the best in the town. It will be surrounded by grounds. Charles Favorite, of this city, will eiect a home this spring on North Front stiuet. The cellar already is excavated and building operations will begin as soon as the weather permits. The Favorite Favorite property is 50 by 150 feet. Linwood B. Wanbaugh, Scliool Director Director of the Fifth ward, will build a brick house adjoining the Favorite property. His home will be erected early in the spring. John W. A. Handiboe, of this city, has purchased a lot on North Second street, in upper Wormleysburg, and will erect a house. J. W. Joyce has a plot of 75 by 150 feet adjoining Mr. Baum's on Front street. In the near future he will build a handsome residence. John Wohlfarth, of the Star hotel, Reily street, has secured a lot and will build two houses. The Boom at Enola. OF in pastor N. the C. be A. W.