I did not find a thing about Charlie Jones. Juneberry's roost music listening room lists two recordings of him, "Old Dan Tucker" and "Snow Deer", both popular in the old-time field. Tom Russell's book "Country Music Records 1921-1942" doesn't list a Charlie Jones, so these recordings are very mysterious. The photo on the left shows a banjoist named Charlie Jones with Eva Faye Washington, a female fiddler. Don't know if this is our man, maybe. I also found a Charlie Jones that appeared on KWLT (Lebanon, MO) with a group called the Missouri Mountaineers - again, no further information. This man is an first rate "obscury", as I call such artists. If anyone has more info on him, please pass it along.
Here are the two songs I was speaking of. "Old Dan Tucker" is most famous in the version of Uncle Dave Macon and "Snow Deer" was a recording by Buell Kazee.
1. Old Dan Tucker
2. Snow Deer