Clark, Daw and Fuller make their living as a carpenter, painter and plumber, though not necessarily respectively.
The painter recently tried to get the carpenter to do some work for him, but was told that the carpenter was out doing some remodeling for the plumber. The plumber makes more money than the painter. Daw makes more money than Clark. Fuller has never heard of Daw.
What is each man’s occupation?
Wylie, C. R. (1970). 101 puzzles in thought and logic. New York: Dover.