Todd, if you have a drill press and forstner bits, as well as a 1" chisel and
mallet, you can cut mortises.
The forstner bit should be the same size as the mortise will be wide, cut a row
with each plunge close together, like 1/3 the size of the bit, wood up against a
fence and clamped down on the table. Then it's chisel time, you can figure out
the rest of that.
If you have a back saw, 12" to 14" or 16", you can cut tenons too. If it's a
basic quality of saw like a Sears, just cut on the inside of your marking lines,
then chisel down to size, cleanly... even with a goddamn Sears chisel!