Clark, Jones, Morgan, and Smith are four men whose occupation are butcher, druggist, grocer, and policeman, though not necessarily respectively.

Clark and Jones are neighbors and take turns driving each other to work.

Jones makes more money than Morgan.

Clark beats Smith regularly at bowling.

The butcher always walks to work.

The policeman does not not live near the druggist.

The only time the grocer and the policeman ever met was when the policeman arrested the grocer for speeding.

The policeman makes more money than the druggist or the grocer.

**What is each man’s occupation?**

**Let’s solve this!**

As per usual, I’m using clues and implications to understand the problem.

- There are 4 person Clark (C), Jones (J), Morgan (M) and Smith (S).
- There are 4 jobs Butcher (B), Druggist (D), Grocer (G), and Policeman.
- Now we analyze, what is the main features of this problem.
**The first part discusses income comparisons, while the second part addresses the means of transportation each person uses to commute to work.** - Clark and Jones are neighbors and take turns driving each other to work. It implies, C and J drives together using car or motorcycle.
**The butcher always walks to work.**it implies the butcher is not C or J. - The only time the grocer and the policeman ever met was when the policeman arrested the grocer for speeding.
*it Implies that C and J MUST NOT be the grocer or policeman**because the policeman only meet the grocer once for speeding.*And from this sentence we know that C or J,**one of them MUST BE the grocer.****Clark beats Smith regularly at bowling.**It implies that C or S meet regularly and it implies that**Smith MUST BE the Policeman**, Clark MUST NOT BE the Grocer,**Jones MUST BE the Grocer**. Clark Also MUST NOT BE the Butcher because**The butcher always walks to work**.**Clark Must be the Druggist**and,**Morgan MUST BE the butcher**

Policeman | Jones | Clark | Butcher |

Smith | Grocer | Druggist | Morgan |