In June 1913, the Pierz Journal printed this directory of Pierz, Buckman and Lastrup--a full column down the middle of the page. Of course it's in pieces here so you can read it. It's cool cuz of the mix--civic board members, a train schedule, creamery and Catholic church trustees. The names are familiar and interesting for who's there, but also for who's not.
(The sections overlap a little. I'll try to post them in order, but might not be successful. Deal with it ☺)
YAY--they're pretty much in order! BTW, don't miss the Soo Railroad passenger train schedule. Imagine a Janson or Sand from New Munich coming to visit, or to help butcher chickens, or attend a funeral--they'd arrive at 3:30 PM, and stay at least till the next morning at 11:20. In the opposite direction, if you just wanted to visit a little, you could leave Genola at 11:30, have lunch with the relatives in Stearns Co and be home before 4PM. This schedule probably encouraged sleep-overs, don't you think?
BTW, the "C.O.F" was the Catholic Order of Foresters, a fraternal organization providing insurance to Catholics, who were discriminated against in the U.S. in those years. Still, even if the area was mostly Catholic, it seems weird to include them. Maybe the column needed filling out?