We have measured the electrical conductivity σ and Seebeck coefficient S of CuFe0.98M0.02O2 (M=Mg, Zn, Ni, Co, Mn, or Ti) at high temperatures. The highest electrical conductivity of 30 S/cm was obtained with the Mg-doped sample above 600 K. The Seebeck coefficient of the doped samples were still high (higher than 210 μV/K). The maximum power factor P=σS2=4.1×10-4 W/mK2 at 1150 K was obtained with CuFe0.98Mg0.02O2. The above results were well explained in terms of the valence states and ionic radii of the dopants. The chemical stability of the doped samples was discussed by measuring the temperature dependent power factor during the repeated cycles of heating and cooling processes.