It means that an apostrophically challenged smallholder sells both logs and eggs.
Or he (or she?) could be a woodcarver specialising in ovals.
It doubt it, however!
How about punishing those who start a sentence with "But", instead of using "however"?
I also wish it were possible to punish misuse or omission of the subjunctive.
But then, I am only an erratic pedant!
Or is the latter an oxymoron?