Don't use adhesive. if you don't have a trim nailer you can rent one. The bottom of the wainscote gets nailed into the sill plate at the bottom, try to tack the top into the studs. The chair rail or top caps nailed into the studs hold it against the wall. Leave the wainscote and baseboard 3/8" - 3/4" off the floor depending on the pile carpet you install. Another gentleman stated painting the wall behind the edge of the wainscote, It's a good idea to cover any shrinkage of the panels so you don't see an exposed seam. Just my 2 cents, been doing finish work for close to 30 years now.
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