Woody Pride
"Woody Pride" is a clockwork automaton made by Professor James McDaniel, based on the work of the late H.K. Dial of Chicago. McDaniel was attempting to build a "tough gunman" for his saloon for a stage show, but the resulting automaton was deemed "too creepy" to be displayed. So he put it to work guarding his warehouse in the old Laramie Theater instead.

"Woody" is a wood and metal frame with a preserved human skin stretched over it. Inner clockworks provide locomotion, and a primitive "brain" made of music-box cylinders provide the programming that allows the construct to move, run, fire it's weapon, and even say a few prerecorded phrases. McDaniel dressed the thing to resemble your stereotypical cowboy, and gave it a loaded peacemaker.