Generally speaking an average
garden will need a 1:1:1 fertilizer so so far the numbers aren't "bad" but without a soil test to see if you already have too much or to little of one or another of the many needed nutrients no one can say for sure that it is alright. The pH level of your soil can make a difference as well. While not the strongest fertilizer with numbers like that you will also need to apply it less generously than a 10:10:10 or 8:8:8 fertilizer per square foot or run the risk of burning the plants.There should be directions on how much to apply to how much ground so that you don't over concentrate.
Here is a basic explanation of what those numbers mean and how they might relate to your garden.
Understand Fertilizer Numbers - Lawns | Lawn & Garden | LSU AgCenter
This site is excellent for the general veggie garden:
Home Vegetable Gardening
I've never heard of a "triple s" fertilizer but suspect the 13-13-13 is more likely something to be used on lawns and tree applications from the following ad: 13-13-13 Fertilizer, 40 lb. - 6806284 | Tractor Supply Company