I'm not sure if I completely understand your question. Can't you call them and ask them what their fee structure is? I would think you had to sign a document at some point that disclosed these fees, but even if you did not, I'm sure they would answer you if you asked. In general portfolio advisory services run from about 1% to 1.5% per year of assets under management. I have not worked specifically with Edward Jones though, so I can't say for sure what their typical structure is.
If they have you invested in mutual funds, then in addition to the advisory fees, you are incurring expenses on behalf of the fund. You can look up the expense ratio of each fund online. Index funds usually run about .05-.10%, while actively managed funds generally run from about .5% to almost 2%.