This station was in Lower Town, on the south side of Highway 4. The fourth house east of the bridge was modified to serve as an auto repair garage and an office for the filling station.
table rock filling station
table rock auto company
morse & deubelbeiss
the brace garage
The Brace Garage may have had a filling station. It was the predecessor of the Karas Garage, which was in a building built in 1901. There was a big fire at the building in 1930, when it was then the Brace Garage. The article about the fire refers to numerous cars that were inside the garage at the time of the fire and destroyed, and to gas tanks in front. 1930.
the two way inn
the reno inn
As RUSSELL WORKMAN has pointed out, the Reno Inn also had gas pumps. And probably the same ones as at the Two Way Inn! Because they were the same building, just successive owners. We don't have a picture of the Reno with gas pumps, but here is the Reno in a photo from RONNIE GILBERT taken in 1957. There is no car in the picture nor a gas pump, but there is certainly a show of horse power..... The horse, by the way, was named Silver and belonged to the Gilberts
burow bros. filling station
rudy's service station
reed's service station
Hubka service station
home oil company
The Wrights were successors to the Burow Brothers at the brick gas station catty corner from the southeast corner of the Square.
the farmers co-op
The word is that there were gas pumps by the Farmers Union at one time. We don't have any tangible evidence in the form of a photograph or advertisement, but it seems likely.
the karas garage when it was on the south side of the hotel
1927 -- "the best oils and gas"