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They look like they should do the job ok. With any wood screw, you need to drill a pilot hole and apply a lubricant to the threads. Even the cheapest screw will hold as long as the above mentioned steps are observed.
 

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Should be OK.
I order all my screws from McFeeleys

http://www.mcfeelys.com/screws-fasteners/wood-boat-screws/8-x-1-1-4-wood-screws-yellow-zinc-plated-flat-head-square-drive-qty-100-8fju1.html

But for woodworking stuff I just get the black oxide, not the yellow zinc (~close to the same price regardless)

http://www.mcfeelys.com/screws-fasteners/wood-boat-screws/8-x-1-1-4-wood-screws-black-oxide-flat-head-square-drive-qty-100-8fju0.html

I started with a 'combo pack' then got more/extra of the common sizes I use.
 
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