From this story in the Spokesman-Review:
A northern Idaho sheriff said he is not advocating the illegal shooting of federally protected wolves by offering a hunting rifle and a shovel as the prize in a raffle called ".308 SSS Wolf Pack Raffle" in a region where SSS commonly stands for "shoot, shovel and shut up." Idaho County Sheriff Doug Giddings said the SSS in the raffle stands for "safety, security and survival." "We knew that this would stir up some interest," Giddings told the Lewiston Tribune_.
_The newspaper reported that the SSS in the wolf-shooting context often appears in the area on bumper stickers. Raffle tickets went on sale Friday for $1 each, or 11 for $10. The prize is a Winchester .308-caliber Model 70 Featherweight rifle and a shovel. The drawing is planned for March 8. Giddings said money from the raffle will go to a food bank, alcohol and drug awareness programs, and local school equipment fundraisers. "No, we're not advocating shooting wolves," Giddings said. "Safety, security and survival, that's kind of an Idaho County thing. That's who we are. It's to get people's attention. It means something to us up here."